St. Luke's names new CMN Manager
Sioux City, IA - St. Luke’s Health Foundation is pleased to announce Nicole Myers as the new
St. Luke’s Children’s Miracle Network Manager.
In her position, Myers will oversee fundraising efforts for St. Luke’s Children’s Miracle Network by working with hundreds of area businesses, service clubs, schools and Siouxland individuals. In addition, she will coordinate various Children’s Miracle Network events including the organization’s annual radiothon.
Since 1989, St. Luke’s Children’s Miracle Network has raised $5.3 million to enhance health care for children in the Siouxland area.
Myers is a graduate of Loras College in Dubuque, Iowa, where she was named to the Dean’s List. She served as president of the college’s Dance Marathon Board and as co-chair for the event’s Corporate Fundraising Committee. Myers was also a member of the college’s Student Advertising Agency which was named Agency of the Year.
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About St. Luke’s:
St. Luke's Regional Medical Center is a community hospital serving the tri-state Siouxland area. Our focus is - and will always be - patient-centered care to improve the health of the people of Siouxland. With 1,200 employees and nearly 85,000 patients cared for annually, St. Luke’s is an anchor of support for the Siouxland community.
St. Luke's offers full-service healthcare with a range of inpatient and outpatient services, specialty and family healthcare clinics, and healthcare screenings and community benefit programs. St. Luke's is also planning for the future of healthcare through its affiliation with St. Luke’s College. With a strong focus on safety and quality, St. Luke’s has built a long-standing reputation of improving lives through advanced treatment and health education.
For more information, visit www.stlukes.org.