Hospital to say ‘thank you’ to two with lasting legacies
A special program Thursday at Bryan W. Whitfield Memorial Hospital will honor two people who dedicated their careers to providing healthcare to area residents.
During the program, the hospital’s diagnostic imaging suite will be named in honor or Dr. Jerry R. Luther and nursing supervisor Lois Rembert will be honored for 46 years of service.
Recognizing the need for advanced diagnostic imaging services in Demopolis, Luther used his knowledge and skill as a board certified radiologist to enhance and grow that department at BWWMH.
During his time on the hospital’s medical staff, Luther assisted the department and it grew to include x-rays, ultrasounds, nuclear medicine, CAT scans, mammograms and MRIs.
Rembert worked at the hospital from October 1966 until she retired this past fall.
At the time she said this about her work: “It’s been great, and I’ve really enjoyed it.”
She said he favorite part of the job was taking care of patients.
Thursdays’ event will begin at 5:30 p.m. and be held in the hospital’s main lobby.
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