Little things matter, both in business and in gaining and holding the confidence of those we serve. When KSB’s facilities and grounds look great, our patients and staff benefit. Our attention to detail is evidenced by a project recently completed by KSB’s Plant Operations Team. Thanks guys, it looks awesome! Dave
Are you a member of a church group, school, or civic club that has ideas about a community health improvement project, but lacks the funding or expertise to launch? KSB wants to help. We are seeking projects intended to increase the health and well being of the communities we serve. Assistance might be in the form of financial support, professional input from KSB employees, or even meeting space. You come up with the idea, and we will help get you started. Click on “Email David” at the top of this page with your suggestions and ideas. These concepts will be … Read More
Friday represents the final day of the summer internship for Daryl Porter II, part of the American College of Healthcare Executives Summer Enrichment Program. Daryl spent time in the areas of Administration, Finance, Materials Management, Revenue Cycle, and Development. It was a joy having him for the Summer in Dixon. Best wishes Daryl, as you return for your last year of your graduate program, and don’t forget your friends here at KSB Hospital!
“I’ve always felt Dixon is my home.” Today’s special conclusion to the KSB Lovett Center video series shares the story of Don & Carol Lovett talking about how Dixon is home.
More than 70 years after the founding of Katherine Shaw Bethea Hospital, Don Lovett became the very first male member of the KSB Hospital Board of Directors. His mother had previously served on the Board of Directors. Hear about the Lovett Family’s connection to KSB in today’s video highlight:
Just across the street from the historic Dixon National Bank–now called the KSB Lovett Center–is KSB’s Town Square Centre. Hear about Don Lovett’s involvement in the original USF&G Building that is now home to primary care and other medical services in downtown Dixon.
Banking is a family tradition for the Lovetts, hear about three generations of family history in today’s special video story with Don & Carol Lovett.
Today we have a special look the beginning of the Lovetts’ banking career and Don’s military service, thanks to stories from Don & Carol Lovett. Check out today’s video story:
In this edition of the KSB Lovett Center special video series, Don & Carol Lovett talk about their early days in Dixon and how they met. Watch their wonderful stories in today’s video highlight: