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Schneider Regional Medical Center to Host Carnival at the Hospital, Seeks Vendors

Schneider Regional Medical Center is the hospital for St. Thomas. (Source file photo by Kelsey Nowakowski)
Schneider Regional Medical Center is on St. Thomas. (Source file photo by Kelsey Nowakowski)

Schneider Regional Medical Center (SRMC), along with the U.S. Virgin Islands Division of Festivals, is happy to host “Carnival at the Hospital” at 6 p.m., Monday, April 22, on the Roy L. Schneider Hospital campus.

The Hospital Show is one of the most eagerly anticipated events of the Carnival season by our patients, their families, seniors and citizens of all ages.

“At SRMC, we are committed to providing the highest quality of care to our patients, ensuring they have an exemplary experience during their time at the hospital. That’s why we proudly continue to support this cherished cultural event that brings such joy and excitement to the entire community,” said Tina Comissiong, CEO of Schneider Regional Medical Center.

Get ready to enjoy a diverse range of activities, including a preview of the carnival troupes, games, live music, and a selection of delectable treats from our vendors.

Schneider Regional Medical Center invites all local vendors who wish to join SRMC in showcasing their products, services, dishes and drinks to a broad audience to secure a spot today. Spots are $150 per vendor.

For more information or to become a vendor, please contact Camellia Williams at 776-8311 ext. 2367 or 2264. You may also email her at cwilliams@srmedicalcenter.org.

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