Date: Thursday, November 1, 2012 - 12:00am On Thursday, Nov. 1, 2012, the JCHS Alumni Association hosted its first Alumni Breakfast in the Sixth Floor Auditorium at Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital. As our alumni entered the auditorium, they were greeted at the reception table with all kinds of JCHS information and gifts! On the other end of the room was the breakfast buffet. Here, some of our alums grab their breakfast for the day. This event a chance for us to reward our alumni for all of their hard work in helping patients maintain and improve their health. Our alumni come from many different areas of the hospital and this event was a great opportunity to see folks they may not have seen for awhile. JCHS President Dr. Nathaniel L. Bishop was on hand to greet our alumni and guests. JCHS Resource Development Officer Catherine Turner (right) greets an alum as she arrives at the breakfast. A JCHS Bachelor of Science in Nursing student who is working at CRMH picks up and JCHS sticker as she leaves the breakfast. Carilion Clinic's Brande Bailey, R.N. (left) charts with Kim Roe, Carilion Clinic Senior Director of ER Administration and member of the JCHS Alumni Board of Directors. Sue Campbell (left), President of the JCHS Alumni Association and Physician Assistant at CRMH, chats with Larry Lilley, Assistant Professor in the JCHS Nursing Program and a JCHS alum. Dr. Bishop talks with Kim Roe at the breakfast. Dr. Bishop shares a laugh with some of our students and alumni at the breakfast. Nicole Grubb, RVT, Carilion Clinic Vascular Services, in discussion at the Alumni Breakfast event. Dr. Bishop took the time to greet those who came to the breakfast personally. In his many roles at Carilion Clinic over the years, he has gotten to know many of our alumni very well. Some of our alumni who came to the event were preparing to begin their days, but some were on their way home after working the night shift. Catherine Turner greets an alum as she checks in at the registration table. Dr. Bishop and Catherine Turner chat with an alumna about her journey in the healthcare profession since her graduation. JCHS faculty member Larry Lilley gathers his nursing students at the breakfast as they get ready to go to work in the hospital for the day. Taking a break at the breakfast, Sue Campbell talks with Sara Nicely, Assistant Professor in the JCHS Physician Assistant Program. Carilion Clinic's Cindy Smith (left) chats with JCHS Occupational Therapy student Kimberly Buttles. Carilion Clinic's Donna Harber (left), a Manager in the OB/GYN Department, listens to Sue Campbell along with President Bishop. Kelly Edwards, who works in the Carilion Clinic Electrophysiology Department, enjoys the JCHS Alumni Breakfast. The 2012 JCHS Alumni Breakfast was a great success and we welcomed the chance to reconnect with many of our alumni at the event. If you didn't make it this year, plan on joining us next year! Prev Next On Thursday, Nov. 1, 2012, the JCHS Alumni Association hosted its first Alumni Breakfast in the Sixth Floor Auditorium at Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital.