Volunteers in Medicine Founder Dr. Florence Jameson Honored as 2014 Queen of Hearts

Dr. Florence Jameson, founder of Volunteers in Medicine of Southern Nevada (VMSN), has been recognized as a Queen of Hearts honoree for 2014.
Dr. Florence Jameson

LAS VEGAS – Dr. Florence Jameson, founder of Volunteers in Medicine of Southern Nevada (VMSN), has been recognized as a Queen of Hearts honoree for 2014. VMSN is a volunteer-driven nonprofit organization dedicated to providing the uninsured with access to preventative and comprehensive medical care.

Jameson was named one of 10 Queen of Hearts honorees for her advocacy and efforts in providing free medical care for Southern Nevadans. The Queen of Hearts event strives to honor women who have demonstrated exemplary leadership by contributing their time, talents and resources to serve the community.

“I am incredibly grateful to be recognized as one of the Queen of Hearts this year. The other women who have been acknowledged have done such incredible work in our community and it is an honor to be in their company,” Jameson said. “I believe everyone in the state deserves access to quality medical care, and with this distinction I can see that so many others agree.”

The third annual Queen of Hearts ceremony took place on Feb. 6 at Neiman Marcus in the Fashion Show Mall. The evening culminated in an awards presentation for the Queen of Hearts Court. All proceeds from the gala directly benefitted the Discovery Children’s Museum in the Donald W. Reynolds Discovery Center.

To learn more about the downtown clinic and find out how you can volunteer or donate, visit www.vmsn.org.

About Volunteers in Medicine of Southern Nevada

Volunteers in Medicine of Southern Nevada, a volunteer-run nonprofit organization, was founded in 2008 by a group of concerned citizens who wanted to find a way to provide access to health care to Southern Nevada’s working citizens. Its mission is to provide quality healthcare and support, in a culture of caring, to the working uninsured and unemployed residents in Southern Nevada. VMSN provides preventative health care in order to care for the neglected and unseen members of the community. It also helps prevent acute hospitalization, reducing hospital cost and decreasing taxpayer burdens. Learn more: www.vmsn.org