Hilda Fountain Award
Hilda Fountain, second from the left, front row, in blue.
A distinguished award for volunteers was created and named in honor of Hilda Fountain, who retired from volunteering at the age of 102. Her dedication to service and her positive outlook throughout her entire life (1908-2012) are just a few of the reasons why this award was created.
Recipients of this award will be volunteers who are an inspiration to others, a role model to their hospital community, and whose service is set apart by attributes such as kindness, compassion, and humility.
These volunteers exemplify the aspects of service excellence, model compassionate and professional behavior, and are a positive reflection of High Point Regional Health here within the hospital and in their community.
This commitment to service excellence will keep the Hilda Fountain name at the forefront of each annual ceremony in perpetuity.