By: Staff Reports | Gwinnett Citizen
By: Staff Reports | Gwinnett Citizen

On November 9th, Gwinnett Medical Center (GMC)-Lawrenceville hosted a formal flag-raising ceremony to celebrate Veterans Day.

Congressman Rob Woodall, active serviceman and GMC associate Chelsea Driver, and GMC President & CEO Phil Wolfe (pictured left to right) were in attendance as cadets from the Civil Air Patrol raised the flag during a ceremonial performance. Before arriving at GMC, the flag was previously flown over the US Capitol and a military hospital in Kuwait. This was one of a number of events leading up to Veterans Day, demonstrating GMC's commitment to creating a military-friendly workplace and recognizing the contributions of members of the US military.
pictured left to right: The Civil Air Patrol cadets, Gwinnett Medical Center's president & CEO Phil Wolfe, and Congressman Rob WoodallPictured left to right: The Civil Air Patrol cadets, Gwinnett Medical Center's president & CEO Phil Wolfe, and Congressman Rob Woodall

Published: 2018-11-15 10:26