Harris Regional Hospital will Turn Pink in October
September 22, 2022
Starting on Monday, October 5th, Harris Regional Hospital will be lighting up the exterior of the hospital pink in celebration and memory of Breast Cancer Awareness month. In conjunction with the town of Sylva, Harris Regional Hospital is excited to turn pink throughout the month of October. Harris Regional Hospital will have a pink ribbon of balloons inside their main entrance as well as the beloved Tree of Hope at the Medical Office Building. We invite community members to place loved one’s names on the Tree of Hope and share the photo on social media in memory and celebration of that person.
As another act of turning pink in October, Harris Regional Hospital is inviting community members to place a pink flag in front of the hospital main entrance in memory or celebration of a loved one. If you wish to place a flag in the mulch area in front of the hospital entranceway, you may request one from the main registration desk and place it yourself in the designated grass areas in front of the main entrance, or you can submit a website inquiry at MyHarrisRegional.com and we will place it on the lawn for you.
Harris Regional Hospital is proud to aid in the fight against breast cancer across western North Carolina. 3-D mammography services are available at all three locations – Harris Regional Hospital, Swain Community Hospital, and Harris Franklin Medical Park. The latest imaging technology compliments the care provided by breast surgeons Dr. Pratt and Dr. Robles, at Harris Surgical Associates.
To schedule an appointment with a provider call 844-414-DOCS.