Stoakley Reappointed to Lifeline National Advisory Board
Peninsula Regional Medical Center Lifeline Manager Bevereley Stoakley was recently reappointed to the Philips Lifeline National Advisory Board. Stoakley joins 11 other managers selected from best practice program in the United States. Her term is for two years.
In her role, she and the others will continue to work closely with Philips Lifeline corporate leadership in developing new processes, in the introduction of new product innovations and in strategizing new marketing opportunities. Each member of the advisory board is a representative of one of Lifeline’s top performing programs from the 2,450 currently established in the U.S.
Philips Lifeline is a medical alert service which, in the event of an emergency or fall, provides access to help at the push of a button. Since 1994, Peninsula Regional Medical Center has been offering seniors the Philips Lifeline service that gives them the confidence to continue to live independently for about a dollar a day.
“I am proud to be honored again with this appointment,” said Stoakley. “We provide seniors in our community a meaningful and needed service, allowing them to have the ability to continue to live in the homes they love, knowing that help is available at a push of a button.”
For more information on how to obtain the Lifeline service, please contact Peninsula Regional Medical Center Lifeline at 410-543-4740 or 1-800-215-1031.