West Point Bank is excited to announce that it has made a $125,000 donation toward a new cafe being built at Baptist Health Hardin. The gift will pay for cafe services in the new medical pavilion, which is under construction and scheduled to open next year. The 282,000-square-foot pavilion is being built behind the hospital and is the largest project in the hospital’s history.
“Our bank believes in and invests heavily in things that improve regional quality of life,” said West Point Bank President Josh Hubbard in an interview with The News-Enterprise. “It’s such an exciting time to live in this thriving region, and this new medical pavilion will help us recruit talent and companies. The cafe will offer patients and staff a chance for nourishment and a change of scenery. We are proud to support a hospital that takes such good care of its own — and my family is at the top of that list.”
In addition to West Point Bank’s donation, Brandenburg Communications also made a $125,000 donation toward the new cafe, bringing the combined total of the two donations to $250,000.
“We are immensely grateful to Brandenburg Communications and West Point Bank for their generous contributions to Baptist Health Foundation Hardin,” said Baptist Health Foundation Hardin Board Chairman Mike Bowers in a news release. “These donations will not only support the new cafe in the Baptist Health Hardin Medical Pavilion but also underscore our shared commitment to helping Baptist Health Hardin provide top-notch medical services and facilities.”