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NEW SMYRNA BEACH, Fla., July 6, 2017 — Florida Hospital New Smyrna has appointed two new community leaders to the Foundation’s board of directors: Cynthia Flanagan and Peggy Rivers.
Both women are New Smyrna Beach residents and are actively involved in the community.
Flanagan is the owner of Abundant Health Day Spa in New Smyrna Beach and is an active member of the Southeast Volusia Chamber of Commerce, as well as the International Spa Association (ISPA).
“I love New Smyrna. I grew up here and I want to help make it a great place for everyone,” Flanagan said. “Health and wellness is so important in our little town, especially for those in need of health services.”
Rivers is a retired educator and is involved in the Beach Neighborhood Council, member of New Smyrna Beach Citizens for Smart Growth, and a committee member of Venetian Villas Homeowners Association.
“I am impressed with the mission of the Florida Hospital New Smyrna Foundation board and I would like to be an active participant in improving the health of the community,” Rivers said.
Flanagan and Rivers join the team of 25 current board members, including: Florida Hospital New Smyrna Foundation strategist Renee Andrus, Florida Hospital New Smyrna Foundation director Craig Bair, Jamie Calkins, Buddy Davenport, Robert Demers, Thomas DeSimone, Florida Hospital New Smyrna Foundation board of directors chairman Pat Driver, Florida Hospital New Smyrna Foundation board of directors vice chairwoman Cheryl Faber, Kathy Griffith, Stan Harrison, Douglas Hodson, Sandra Huggard, Walter Johnson, Pat Loos, Florida Hospital New Smyrna Foundation board of directors secretary Sue McClelland, Florida Hospital New Smyrna Foundation board of directors Honorary Emeritus Charlie Meyer, Alexander Penalta, Dori Peterson, Bill Preston, Dick Rosedale, Lilli Sheller, Charlotte Smith, Florida Hospital New Smyrna Foundation board of directors treasurer Jean Tauber, Kaye Walker, and Diane Williams.
About Florida Hospital New Smyrna
Florida Hospital New Smyrna is a member of Adventist Health System, a faith-based health care organization with 45 hospital campuses and 8,200 licensed beds in nine states, serving more than 5 million patients annually. With a mission to extend the healing ministry of Christ, Florida Hospital New Smyrna has 112-beds and is one of the seven Florida Hospitals in Flagler, Lake and Volusia counties that composes the Florida Hospital Central Florida Division - North Region. As the largest hospital system in the area, the Florida Hospital Central Florida Division - North Region has 1,226 beds and more than 7,800 employees. For more information about Florida Hospital New Smyrna, visit www.FHNewSmyrna.org.