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Hannibal Regional Longtime Volunteer and Patient Surrounds Herself With Caring People and Expert Care Bookmark

Pictured with Mary Frances Quinlin is Lacey Woodhurst, RN, Hannibal Regional Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit and Dr. Richard Baumann, Orthopedic Surgeon.

Pictured with Mary Frances Quinlin is Lacey Woodhurst, RN,
Hannibal Regional Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit
and Dr. Richard Baumann, Orthopedic Surgeon.

Mary Frances Quinlin has repeatedly turned to Hannibal Regional to provide excellent medical care.  Why does she continually put her trust in their clinical expertise? For Mary Frances it’s because she’s been part of their team as a member of the Auxiliary since before St. Elizabeth’s and Levering Hospital merged to become what is now known as Hannibal Regional.

“I was a member of Levering Auxiliary and I got be part of the development of Hannibal Regional” shares Mary Frances.  “The team at Hannibal Regional is an extension of my family. At Hannibal Regional you’re surrounded by loving and caring people who are great at what they do.  There is no reason to leave the area for expert care.”

Not only does Mary Frances choose to receive medical care at Hannibal Regional, she has been a long time member of Hannibal Regional Auxiliary which allows her to support her community.  “Volunteering has blessed my life beyond all measure and has been such a wonderful experience – and still is,” commented Mary Frances. “It truly is a good feeling to know you are part of something successful and can take pride in knowing so many goals have been achieved.”  

Mary Frances has been a patient in the Hannibal Regional Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit and was impressed with the high-quality, compassionate care she received.  “When it was time for me to go home, they gave me a certificate that my caregivers signed with well wishes” says Mary Frances. “It was a sweet gesture and that kind of care is hard to find, but it is the kind of care you find throughout Hannibal Regional.”



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