Qualls focuses on helping seniors get to medical appointments
Last updated 6/5/2008 at Noon
Being a volunteer dispatcher for the courier service at Fallbrook Hospital, provided by the Fallbrook Hospital Auxiliary, requires an appointment setter’s talent, patience and diligence. Just ask Marilyn Qualls.
“I was a courier for about five years at the hospital before I started being a dispatcher,” explained Qualls. “One day, our dispatcher had quit and no one answered the phone calls for about four days, so I said that I’d do it for two weeks until they found someone – and that was 10 years ago.”
Before Qualls moved to Fallbrook in 1988, she and her husband, Bill, would...