Outreach & Donations

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  • 2023 MCTC Trade Wars

    Sterling Health Care is proud to support the 2023 MCTC Trade Wars competition scheduled to take place at the Rowan campus of Maysville Community & Technical College (MCTC) on April 28, 2023. The skill-based competition is designed to provide Area Technology Center (ATC) and high school students with the opportunity to highlight the skills and techniques they have learned at their local ATCs in categories such as air conditioning technology, automotive technology, computerized manufacturing and machining, medical assisting, and practical nursing to name a few. Four hundred students representing 13 schools competed in the 2022 competition, with more anticipated for the 2023 event. Jennifer Carpenter, SHC Human Resources Manager, is pictured (on left) presenting a commemorative check to Cara Clarke, MCTC Foundation Executive Director.

  • Water Available at Nicholas County Clinic

    Sterling Health Care has water available at our Nicholas County Clinic for those that need it. Open 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday, the clinic is located at 2330 Concrete Road in Carlisle.

  • Music in the Park Festival, Stanton

    Powell County’s first Music in the Park Festival made a memorable first impression as overflow crowds came out to mingle with numerous vendors, including Sterling Health Care and several other medical organizations. SHC’s team provided blood pressure checks, school-based information, promotional items and other valuable information to festival visitors enjoying the summer weather.

  • Health Fair at Dubois Community Center

    Montgomery County’s Dubois Community Center was the scene of a weekend health fair in July 2022, giving several SHC representatives the opportunity to meet with guests, provide information, and answer questions they may have had at the time. Attending from SHC were Jennifer Hager, Clinical Manager; Tiffany Taul, Patient Services Outreach Coordinator; and Melanie Cobb, Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist.

  • Big Brothers Big Sisters

    Sterling Health Care provided a donation to Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bluegrass for their upcoming Bowl For Kids’ Sake event at Sterling Lanes, proudly supporting the organization and its annual fundraiser which raises money to help disadvantaged children in communities, extending opportunities for help in activities, events, etc. Pictured, from left, is Anthony Thomas, SHC Risk and Compliance Manager; Chris Peck, President/Chief Executive Officer, BBBS of the Bluegrass; and Meredith Downey, BBBS Major Gifts Officer.

  • Gateway Children Services

    Sterling Health Care (SHC) provided a donation of $250 to Gateway Children’s Services (GCS) to support the organization’s 15th Annual Tournament and Silent Auction event. Pictured, from left, are Lynda Taylor, GCS Director of Development and Community Engagement; Denise Spiller, GCS Chief Executive Officer; and Tina Bryant, SHC Chief Executive Officer.

  • Small Town America Festival

    SHC employees welcomed a large contingent of visitors, adults and children alike, informational and activity areas set up at the Small Town America / Health Fair celebration in Mount Sterling on August 13, 2022. Health screenings, information, fun-filled challenges, and several large prize giveaways prompted a steady flow of foot traffic at the event, which coincided with the conclusion of National Health Center Week.

  • Saturday In Carlisle

    Following an abbreviated absence due to COVID-19, this popular festival returned to the streets of Carlisle on Sept. 24, 2022. Crowds flocked to the Nicholas County town to enjoy everything from festival food and games to tent vendors, car shows and local musical performers. Sterling Health Care’s presence was felt in many forms as volunteers provided health checks, information about ongoing construction of the new medical facility, numerous promotional items, and even the chance to win a 50” television and new bicycle. At the end of the day, SHC sponsored the Scarecrow Shuffle, a 5K Walk/Run for a number of participants..

  • Bourbon County 2022

    Sterling Health Care (SHC) presented a check for $3,000 to the Bourbon County School District to cover costs for student admission to the school’s athletic competitions during the 2022-2023 school year. Attending the check presentation, from left, was Jessica Stigall, SHC School-Based Health Program Coordinator; Kristie Wheeler, SHC Physician’s Assistant; Jasmine Marchland, SHC Certified Medical Assistant; Wendy Mahanna, BCSD Athletic Director; and Morgan Adkins, BCSD Principal.

  • Montgomery County 2022

    Sterling Health Care (SHC) presented a check for $5,000 to the Montgomery County School District to cover costs for student admission to the school’s athletic competitions during the 2022-2023 school year. Attending the check presentation, from left, was Kem Spencer, SHC Advanced Practice Nurse Practitioner; Jessica Stigall, SHC School-Based Health Program Coordinator; Austin Maples, MCSD Athletic Director; Dr. Matt Thompson, MCSD Superintendent; and MinDee Hudson, SHC Chief Operations Officer.

  • Nicholas County 2022

    Sterling Health Care (SHC) presented a check for $1,000 to the Nicholas County School District to cover costs for student admission to the school’s athletic competitions during the 2022-2023 school year. Attending the check presentation, from left, was Jessica Stigall, SHC School-Based Health Program Coordinator; Melissa Walden, SHC Nurse Practitioner; Sandy Gifford, SHC Certified Medical Assistant; and Nicholas County High School students Emily Brunner, Meghan Planc, Kylie Ockerman, and Peyton Boone.

  • Powell County 2022

    Sterling Health Care (SHC) presented a check for $2,000 to the Powell County School District to cover costs for student admission to the school’s athletic competitions during the 2022-2023 school year. Attending the check presentation, from left, was Jessica Stigall, SHC School-Based Health Program Coordinator; Sarah Crabtree, SHC Advanced Practice Nurse Practitioner; Amy Holder, Medic / SHC Certified Medical Assistant; Jennifer Kincaid, High School Interim Principal; Doug Brewer, High School Athletic Director; and Martina Skidmore, High School Assistant Principal.

  • Other Recipients

    Saturday in Carlisle
    American Cancer Society
    McNabb Middle School
    Bath County boys’ and girls’ soccer
    Montgomery County 4-H
    TK’s Explosion Cheer Starz
    Montgomery County Leadership Class (2021 and 2022)
    Montgomery County HS Bass Fishing Team
    Powell County Fair
    Health Occupations Students of America
    Global Smiles
    East KY Hustle Baseball
    Bath County Track
    Arms For Love Presentation
    Mount Sterling Kiwanis Club

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