DAYTONA BEACH, Fla., November 12, 2013 – More than 200 community members joined Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center for a free concert on Saturday, November 2.
The ninth annual “Caring for Family Concert” featured Omega, an award-winning contemporary Southern Gospel group, and the Ormond Beach Riverbend Church Praise Team, featuring Heyward Evans, Andrew Yancey, Jordan Hargrave and Adam Begin.
“We had planned on hosting this event in the hospital’s healing garden, but because of the possibility of rain, we set up in the main lobby of the hospital instead,” said LaDonna Bond, Administrative Assistant for Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center’s Pastoral Care and Mission and Ministry Department. “The stage, background and lighting were beautiful and totally transformed the look, making the lobby feel more like a miniature concert hall.”
About Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center
Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center consists of three campuses, a 277-bed hospital in Daytona Beach, a 119-bed hospital in Ormond Beach and a new outpatient clinic located at the Pavilion at Port Orange. Our specialties include cardiology, emergency, hospice, home health, imaging, laboratory, oncology, obstetrics, neurosurgery, physician practices, rehabilitation and women’s services. Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center is among the top one percent of all hospitals nationwide for quality outcomes. For more information, visit www.floridahospitalmemorial.org.
On November 2, Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center hosted a free concert for more than 200 community members featuring Omega, an award-winning contemporary Southern Gospel group. Omega has sung at the National Quartet Convention for the past four years, in addition to numerous performances at Dollywood and other prestigious singing venues.