Northwest Specialty Hospital supports NIC campaign
Northwest Specialty Hospital showed its support for North Idaho College’s role in helping to provide quality health care in the community by contributing to the NIC Providing Opportunities—Fulfilling Dreams Community Campaign to support new student scholarships and technology and equipment in the new NIC Health and Sciences Building.
Northwest Specialty Hospital’s gift of $150,000 sponsors both the Nursing and Radiography Technology labs in the new facility.
“We are proud to sponsor the nursing lab and radiography technology labs in NIC’s new Health and Sciences Building, thereby strengthening the foundation of educational excellence in our community,” said Nick Genna, CEO of Northwest Specialty Hospital. “We are excited to support the advancement of health care and technology in our region.”
Northwest Specialty Hospital is a multi-specialty hospital in Post Falls. The 47,000-square-foot facility has 21 inpatient beds, four operating rooms and two procedure rooms. Specialties include orthopedic and spine surgery, general surgery, bariatric surgery, gynecological surgery, plastic surgery, podiatric surgery, urologic surgery and ear, nose and throat surgery.
Northwest Specialty Hospital partners with National Surgical Hospitals to provide health care services, in addition to its own group of local physicians.
The NIC Health and Sciences Building opened with the start of fall semester in August. Nearly $3.5 million has been raised in the NIC Providing Opportunities—Fulfilling Dreams campaign to date from more than 380 donors.
For information on the campaign or how to contribute, click here
or call the NIC Foundation at (208) 769-5978.
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NIC Foundation Executive Director Rayelle Anderson, (208) 769-5978Posted: Thursday, Nov. 17, 2005