DuBois, PA – The DuBois Area School District used part of their emergency preparedness stockpile to donate more than 6,000 face masks to Penn Highlands Healthcare recently.
The donations were much appreciated and include N-95 respirator masks, surgical masks, yellow masks, and children’s masks.
The hospitals are trying to stock up on supplies now so they are prepared if they begin to experience a shortage. If you have extra medical supplies, you are encouraged to donate them.
Want to help?
DuBois, PA – Penn Highlands Healthcare invites community members and organizations to donate personal protective equipment (PPE) for the region’s healthcare system.
Penn Highlands will add these supplies to their inventory as the healthsystem enacts preparedness measures in the event that the spread of COVID-19 should pose a threat to our community.
Penn Highlands Healthcare Supply Chain Management has issued a list of the supplies that may potentially be needed: N95 respirator masks (these must be N95), face masks, surgical masks, exam gloves, isolation gowns, head covers, shoe covers and Sani-Cloth wipes.
Donors may reach out to Alycia Scott, Procurement Specialist (814-375-3391 or email@example.com) or Jennifer Bowser, MMIS Support Assistant (814-375-3370 or firstname.lastname@example.org).
For more information about COVID-19 as it may affect our community, visit www.phhealthcare.org/coronavirus.