July 2015

Dalton Daily CItizen, ChamberLink

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July 2015 Chamber Link 9 President's Council President's Council 2015 President's Council Members BB & T Beaulieu Group Brown Industries Community & Southern Bank Dalton Utilities Georgia United Credit Union Georgia Power Hamilton Health Care System Mohawk Industries Novacopy North Georgia EMC Shaw Industries Windstream Communications U.S. Floors The President's Council is a prestigious group of investors who participate above their fair share of investment with the Greater Dalton Chamber of Commerce. The organizations listed below provide essential financial support to ongoing economic vitality, workforce development and membership ini- tiatives at our Chamber. With their financial support, the Chamber will continue to forge a strong and diverse business climate to benefit all members of the Greater Dalton business community. Please take a moment each month to read the company profile below of our President's Council investors. HAMILTONHEALTHCOM s -EMORIAL $RIVE $ALTON 'A Serving the Community Hamilton Medical Center is the flagship affiliate of Hamilton Health Care System, a comprehensive nonprofit based in Dalton. Also included in the system are the freestanding Hamilton Ambulatory Surgery Center, Hamilton Emergency Medical Services, Hamilton Physician Group, Whitfield Healthcare Foundation, apartments for low-income seniors, four skilled nursing care centers and a continuing care retirement community for independent retirement and assisted living. Hamilton takes pride in the investment of health. In 2014, Hamilton contributed over $37 million in service to the community through direct patient care and education, screenings, and support activities. Every year, Hamilton provides vital medical services to thousands of patients who are without the means to pay for the care they receive. For more informa- tion on becoming a President's Council member, call Beth Morrison 706-712-0949

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