KNOXVILLE, Iowa – The Knoxville Hospital & Clinics (KHC) Auxiliary recently donated $3,960 to KHC to purchase a bedside monitor for the Med/Surg. Department.
The Nihon Kohden bedside monitor allows KHC staff to monitor patients while continually providing the highest standard of care. The monitor can be used at a moment’s notice ensuring that technology can be employed in the broadest range of levels and seamlessly transition between care areas as patient need dictates.
“It’s easy to notice how the auxiliary members give of themselves daily, both in time and support, to continually upgrade equipment and improve the services we offer,” said Kevin Kincaid, Chief Executive Officer at KHC. “We greatly appreciate their continued support.”
The KHC Auxiliary raises money through proceeds of sales in the KHC Flutterbye Gift Shop, book, jewelry, and scrub sales and Auxiliary member’s annual dues.
“Members of the auxiliary dedicate their personal time to serve the hospital in many ways, just one of those being raising funds to help support equipment purchases and program development at the hospital,” said Arleen Ensor, KHC Auxiliary President.
For more information about the KHC Auxiliary or to become a member, call (641) 891-7435.
Knoxville Hospital & Clinics, a Critical Access Hospital serving Marion County and the surrounding area, is dedicated to providing personal, progressive quality health care with compassion. For more information regarding this release and other happenings at Knoxville Hospital & Clinics, call the Public Relations office at (641) 842-1418 or visit www.knoxvillehospital.org.
Photo caption: The Knoxville Hospital & Clinics (KHC) Auxiliary recently donated $3,960 to KHC to purchase a bedside monitor for the Medical/Surgical Department. Pictured left to right: Dawn Romanco, RN, Lavon Lanphier, Cheryl James, RN, Joyce Davis, June McDaniel-Lucas, Lois Davis, Liz Brand, Arleen Ensor, Bev Robison, Nancy Hatch, Heidi Smith, Patient Care Tech, Nancy Geer, Nancy VanHouwelingen, and Larry VanBaale, RN.