Author, Alyssa Burley, Client Services Coordinator, Rancho Mesa Insurance Services, Inc.
OneofOne drawing winners, Tom and Debby Doyle of Progressive Electric Co. were honored on August 29, 2018 at the Family Health Centers of San Diego Logan Heights clinic.
Outside the door of exam room 8 of the pediatric ward, a new plaque reads, “this room is dedicated to Thomas & Deborah Doyle for generously supporting Family Health Centers of San Diego.”
The couple was bestoyed the naming rights to the examination room on Monday, April 2, 2018 after they participated in Rancho Mesa’s "OneofOne" drawing.
Rancho Mesa clients were asked to submit their OneofOne moments describing an instance when Rancho Mesa exceeded their expectations. In return, Rancho Mesa donated $250 to ten local nonprofits on behalf of the winners. Tom and Debby Doyle won the grand prize, the naming rights to the examination room.
“The OneofOne drawing is an excellent way for Rancho Mesa to bring our construction and human services clients together to support our community,” said Sam Clayton, Vice President of the construction group at Rancho Mesa Insurance.
The couple received a tour of the facility by Anthony White, Director of Community & Government Relations at Family Health Centers of San Diego. Accompanied by Sam Clayton, the couple spent the morning learning about the organization’s programs.
“My wife Debby and I are honored to be recognized at the Family Health Centers of San Diego Logan Heights clinic. We are so excited that Rancho Mesa introduced us to this valuable organization that helps so many people in the community,” said Tom Doyle, Progressive Electric Co.
“I was touched—by your generosity, and by the [OneofOne Drawing] winner’s humility and happiness over their acknowledgement,” wrote Fran Butler-Cohen, CEO, Family Health Center of San Diego. “Thank you for your continued support of our mission! This is a model for other corporations!”
About Family Health Center of San Diego
For more than four decades, Family Health Centers of San Diego’s (FHCSD) mission has been to provide affordable, high-quality health care and support services to all people, with a special commitment to the uninsured, low-income and medically underserved. Annually, our staff provides care to more than 190,000 unique patients—a third of our region’s low-income patients—through more than 800,000 encounters. For more information, visit www.fhcsd.org.