Bluefield Hospital Celebrates Hospital Week

Posted on May 14, 2019 by Kassie Simmons

Bluefield, W.Va. (WOAY) - Bluefield Regional Medical Center is celebrating Hospital Week by placing the holiday focus on their employees. 

“We work so hard every day that it’s difficult to even take a breath sometimes because it’s so busy," said CEO Tim Bess. "This is the perfect opportunity for us to stop and look at each other and say 'thanks for all the hard work you do and the difference you make.'”

National Hospital Week started in 1921 to bridge communication between hospitals and their communities. This year's theme is celebrating hope and healing.

Bess says when it comes to caring for patients, giving hope is a must.

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Bluefield Hospital Celebrates Hospital Week

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Bluefield, W.Va. (WOAY) – Bluefield Regional Medical Center is celebrating Hospital Week by placing the holiday focus on their employees. 

“We work so hard every day that it’s difficult to even take a breath sometimes because it’s so busy,” said CEO Tim Bess. “This is the perfect opportunity for us to stop and look at each other and say ‘thanks for all the hard work you do and the difference you make.’”

National Hospital Week started in 1921 to bridge communication between hospitals and their communities. This year’s theme is celebrating hope and healing.

Bess says when it comes to caring for patients, giving hope is a must.



Kassie Simmons

Kassie Simmons joined the team in January 2019 as a weekend journalist. She graduated from Virginia Tech in just two and a half years with a BA in multimedia journalism. During her short time at Virginia Tech, she served as the editor for the university’s chapter of The Tab. Kassie was named the top reporter for The Tab at Virginia Tech on multiple occasions and made the list for the top 30 reporters for The Tab in the U.S. She also studied theater performance and minored in creative writing. Before coming to WOAY, Kassie interned at WSLS in Roanoke and the Tidewater Review in her hometown of West Point, Va. She has loved following breaking news since her childhood and has a passion for delivering the stories people care most about. Kassie is excited to be working in Southern West Virginia and looks forward to all the adventures ahead of her. You can follow her on Twitter at @KassieLSimmons and like her page on Facebook. If you have a story you think she should check out, send her an email at ksimmons@woay.com.


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