Gritman Medical Center is pleased to welcome two new board members to the Gritman Foundation Board. Scott Gropp and Carolyn Hicklin, both life-long Moscow residents, were recently elected to the board.
Carolyn Hicklin is a two-time graduate of the University of Idaho, earning a bachelor of science in business/finance and a master of accountancy. Carolyn has over 25 years of professional experience in our community and is currently a financial advisor with Edward Jones. She and her husband, Bill, have been married for more than 26 years and they live in Viola.
Scott Gropp earned certifications in HVAC, sheet metal and electrical trades after graduating from Moscow High School. In 1993 he started Gropp Mechanical and later joining forces with his father’s company, forming Gropp Heating, Air & Electric. Scott has served as the Moscow Chamber of Commerce President, and currently serves on the executive finance committee. He also currently serves on the Moscow Bear Booster board. Scott has been married to his wife, Heidi, for 20 years; they have three children.
At Gritman Medical Center, the Gritman Foundation, a separate 501(c) 3, is a vital partner in integrating philanthropy into our community, serving the needs of our community members as they relate to citizens' quality of life needs.
The Foundation helps provide: medical services and access to health care for less fortunate community members, equipment to improve diagnostic efficiency and effectiveness of hospital staff and local physicians and addresses shortages of local physicians and medical staff by providing scholarships to WWAMI students and local community members wishing to pursue a degree in health care.