As Ambassador of the Year, Brian Gold, second from right, will receive eight hours of paid time off and a parking space of his choice for a year. Presenting the award were, from left, Jackie Ring, chief operating officer of Johnston Health in Clayton; Chuck Elliott, chief executive and president of Johnston Health; Bobby Parker, chairman of the Johnston Health Service Corp. board of directors; and Daniel Register, director of the emergency department at Johnston Health in Clayton.
As Ambassador of the Year, Brian Gold, second from right, will receive eight hours of paid time off and a parking space of his choice for a year. Presenting the award were, from left, Jackie Ring, chief operating officer of Johnston Health in Clayton; Chuck Elliott, chief executive and president of Johnston Health; Bobby Parker, chairman of the Johnston Health Service Corp. board of directors; and Daniel Register, director of the emergency department at Johnston Health in Clayton. JOHNSTON HEALTH
As Ambassador of the Year, Brian Gold, second from right, will receive eight hours of paid time off and a parking space of his choice for a year. Presenting the award were, from left, Jackie Ring, chief operating officer of Johnston Health in Clayton; Chuck Elliott, chief executive and president of Johnston Health; Bobby Parker, chairman of the Johnston Health Service Corp. board of directors; and Daniel Register, director of the emergency department at Johnston Health in Clayton. JOHNSTON HEALTH

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