Samaritan Requests Personal Protective Equipment Donations
posted 5 months ago by brandyann from Samaritan Lebanon Community Hospital
Hello residents of Lebanon and surrounding communities!
Due to a nationwide shortage in supplies, Samaritan Health Services is asking local and regional business for donations of personal protective equipment (PPE) and testing supplies to help care for coronavirus patients.
Please see this website for complete details - https://www.samhealth.org/ppe
At the Lebanon Community Hospital Foundation, there are specific ways you can donate to patients and employees. The Patient Support program serves low-income patients who are receiving treatment for an illness or chronic disease or are in the process of being discharged from a hospital stay or emergency room visit. The program offers funding for resources such as transportation, medical bills, durable medical goods, nutritional supplements and prescription assistance. The number of financially vulnerable patients is on the rise and we need your support to help meet this increased need.
Additionally, we anticipate some of our caregivers who are on the front line of the fight against COVID-19 will face hardships within their families and may need additional financial assistance. Your gift to the Employee Emergency Assistance fund at your local hospital can help support these dedicated caregivers who are working tirelessly to provide the best possible care for our patients.
To make a difference in your local community please consider a gift to the Lebanon Community Hospital Foundation: https://www.samhealth.org/lchf
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