Riverside Team Members

Our Mission. Our Cause.

rhs-team-membersAs a part of the Riverside family, you help us work toward a higher standard of care every day. You're an integral part of our mission, and your dedication and compassion are exactly what makes our organization so special. As team members, you are familiar with how payment from insurance companies, the government and other sources can often fall short of the level of care we seek to provide. By pledging a small portion of your paycheck, you can enable us to continue to care for others as we would care for those we love.

“I donate to Riverside because it actually assists our patients in real time. Most programs you have to put in an application and wait. Our funds actually touch the people that need it most. Every little bit helps, and that's part of why we are here.”

-Harolette Kelley, Patient Navigator, Cancer Care

We appreciate your support, no matter how you give. Choose to donate online or participate in our team member annual giving campaign. Your gift will go to the hospital or program of your choice, and can even be given in honor of a team member, loved one or friend.

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RTH Team Members Step Up to Lead Capital Campaign

Tree of Life Riverside has been an important part of the Northern Neck region since 1989. While our presence there covers over two decades of service, the hospital itself has an even longer history. First opening its doors in 1964 as Tidewater Memorial Hospital, the facility was the result of the entire community coming together and raising several hundred thousand dollars to build a needed resource for health and wellness.

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Internal Audit and Compliance Department Builds New Pathways for Giving

Internal Audit Team Each month during the past three years a group of seven team members in the Internal Audit and Compliance Department has set money aside for a special fund to be used for their colleagues' birthdays and special occasions. Over time, as schedules became even busier, the celebrations became less frequent. As a result, the fund was either under
used or not used at all.

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