Casa Grande Regional Medical Center (CGRMC) is pleased to announce a dedication ceremony for its newborn nursery on Tuesday, September 14, 2010. Joe Jonas of the Jonas Brothers was born at CGRMC on August 15, 1989. He turned 21 this past August. In recognition of his birthday, CGRMC is dedicating “The Joe Jonas Nursery.”
Rona Curphy, President and CEO of CGRMC, states, “We are honored that Joe and his family’s foundation, Change for the Children, are willing to support the hospital and the town where he was born. Their generous donation will allow us to purchase equipment to update our nursery.”
Curphy continues, “We are so excited to dedicate our nursery to Joe Jonas because we want to inspire our small town community to know that their children can accomplish wonderful dreams. We like to think that dreams start here in our baby nursery everyday. Our families just need to dream, believe, and then they will succeed.”
About Casa Grande Regional Medical Center
Casa Grande Regional Medical Center is a 187-bed, not-for-profit community hospital providing full-service care to Casa Grande and the communities of western Pinal County. CGRMC also provides a full range of outpatient services, including Urgent Care coverage seven days a week from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. and a 24-hour Emergency Department. CGRMC is a partner in healthcare, providing education and resources to the community.