2018-02-08 / Local & State

First Community Bank Of Mercersburg Makes $15,000 Gift To FCMC Project

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Pictured, left: Mike Straley, executive director of the FCMC Foundation; Deb Shughart, FCMC CFO and Co-CEO; Robert Fignar, president and CEO of First Community Bank of Mercersburg; Kim Slee, FCMC COO and Co-CEO; and Alexa Stoner, marketing and community relations manager at First Community Bank of Mercersburg. Pictured, left: Mike Straley, executive director of the FCMC Foundation; Deb Shughart, FCMC CFO and Co-CEO; Robert Fignar, president and CEO of First Community Bank of Mercersburg; Kim Slee, FCMC COO and Co-CEO; and Alexa Stoner, marketing and community relations manager at First Community Bank of Mercersburg. When First Community Bank of Mercersburg officials visited Fulton County Medical Center for a tour and details on the current expansion project, they saw the importance it is making in the community.

As a result, First Community Bank of Mercersburg pledged $15,000 to the Moving Forward: Center for Advanced Medicine Project (CAM) with the funds earmarked for the new Transitional Wellness area, formerly known as Cardiac Maintenance.

“The tour really brought to light the various services that are being offered now and in the future and the impact they are making on the patients,” said Alexa Stoner, marketing and community relations manager. “We are delighted to assist with this project.”

President and CEO Robert Fignar said, “As an independent community bank, First Community Bank of Mercersburg is committed to not only the financial wellbeing of our customers, but also to their physical well-being. This contribution allows us to provide resources to help the members of the communities we serve live long and fruitful lives.”

Phase One of CAM opened in late October. It features an expanded area for cardiology, radiology and respiratory, along with Mac- Donald’s Pharmacy on the main level. IV infusion, Specialty

Services, Fulton Family Practice and Behavioral Health are located on the second floor.

Phases Two and Three, scheduled to open this spring, will feature expanded lab and therapy areas, Express Care, a cafe and the Transitional Wellness area.

“First Community Bank of Mercersburg supported the initial building project in 2007 and we are grateful they have again made a gift to support the current project,” said Mike Straley, executive director of the Fulton County Medical Center Foundation. “Their willingness to support the funding of the Transitional Wellness area is important to the overall expansion project.”

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