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Recognizing MDs With Donations

Dr. John W. Robertson, III, M.D., left, presented a $750 check to Families First of Monroe County executive director Ben Hein, while Tomah Memorial Hospital board vice chairman Tom Bramwell, second from right, presented a $750 check to Neighbor to Neighbor Food Pantry executive director Doug Staller.

In honor of Doctors' Day (March 30), healthcare professionals at Tomah Memorial Hospital, Mayo Health System Tomah Clinic, and Gundersen Health System Tomah Clinic were recognized as vital members of the TMH team!

John W. Robertson, III, M.D., left, presented a $750 check to Families First of Monroe County executive director Ben Hein, while Tomah Memorial Hospital board vice chairman Tom Bramwell, second from right, presented a $750 check to Neighbor to Neighbor Food Pantry executive director Doug Staller.

“As providers we appreciate the support the community has given us over the years and this is a way to show our appreciation to the community. We owe the community a debt of favor for the fact that we’re presently here,” said Robertson, one of over 80 MDs credentialed to care for patients at TMH.

The donations were made on behalf of Tomah Memorial and hospital providers in recognition of Doctors’ Day.

The very first Doctors' Day observance was organized in the state of Georgia, on March 30, 1933, and included the mailing of cards to physicians. Tomah Memorial has continued that tradition by sending cards to local providers.