COVINGTON, Ga. – Piedmont Newton Hospital’s Portraits of Hope will return this year at a new location.
Portraits of 90 breast cancer survivors will be on display during the month of October throughout the main corridor of Piedmont Newton Hospital. As you walk the halls, you will be inspired by the many faces of hope that reside in our community.
To honor our Portrait of Hope participants, the hospital will host two Portrait Parades.
Each parade will start in the Knox Surgical Center lobby, where the Piedmont Perk will feature a specialty pink coffee drink and offer refreshments for sale. Visitors from the public may also view the portraits throughout the month during the hospital’s normal visiting hours, 6 a.m. to 9 p.m.
In addition to the portraits, 65 pink ribbon yard signs have been placed at the entrance to the hospital to honor the women who have been diagnosed with breast cancer at Piedmont Newton’s Women’s Diagnostic Center since January 2019.
To learn more about the Portrait Parades or breast cancer services at Piedmont Newton, please call 770-385-7826 or email Wendy Hankins firstname.lastname@example.org.