Located in the Northern Neck of Virginia, Bon Secours Rappahannock General Hospital serves a tight-knit, rural community. It’s the type of community where people feel connected and establish careers with an organization they love, like Rose B. Pittman did.
Congratulations are in order for Rose! After more than four decades with Rappahannock General Hospital (RGH) and Bon Secours Medical Group, Rose Pittman is retiring.
Rose began her career at RGH as a registrar in the patient access department on August 1, 1978 and worked her way up from there. Over the years, she has served the medical group, formerly known as Chesapeake Medical Group, and most recently served as the practice administrator of Bon Secours Kilmarnock Primary Care and Bon Secours Hartfield Medical Center.
A lifelong Northern Neck native, Rose has always felt connected to her community.
“This is my community, my people. It’s what has kept me here for all these years. I’ve enjoyed the teamwork and the camaraderie,” she shares.
“We are grateful for Rose’s dedication to RGH and being good help to her peers, our patients and our community,” J. Alan Bailey, vice president administrator for RGH, says. “We wish her well on her much-deserved retirement.”
Rose’s favorite activities include shopping, reading, and spending time on the beach – all things she’s looking forward to doing more of in her retirement.
“I’m mostly looking forward to relaxing, hopefully eventually getting to do some traveling. Really just doing what I want, when I want.”
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