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ORANGE CITY, Fla., February 9, 2018 — On Jan. 31, Florida Hospital Fish Memorial donated nearly $5,500 worth of clinic supplies to 23 schools in western Volusia County.
The donation provided a wide variety of supplies to local elementary, middle and high schools, including gloves, bandages, tongue depressors and hand sanitizer.
“Kids shouldn’t have to worry about being sick in school,” said Rob Deininger, Florida Hospital Fish Memorial CEO. “When kids are healthy, they can be more active and engaged in the classroom. We hope this donation make a positive impact on the lives of students.”
Florida Hospital Fish Memorial began this annual clinic supply donation in 1998 as part of their goal to keep kids healthy. Over the past 20 years, the number of schools has increased from 17 to 23, growing the hospital’s relationship with the community.
About Florida Hospital Fish Memorial
Florida Hospital Fish Memorial is a member of Adventist Health System, a faith-based health care organization with 45 hospital campuses and 8,200 licensed beds in nine states, serving more than 5 million patients annually. With a mission to extend the healing ministry of Christ, Florida Hospital Fish Memorial has 175-beds and is one of the seven Florida Hospitals in Flagler, Lake and Volusia counties that composes the Florida Hospital Central Florida Division - North Region. As the largest hospital system in the area, the Florida Hospital Central Florida Division - North Region has 1,226 beds and more than 7,800 employees. For more information about Florida Hospital Fish Memorial, visit www.FHFishMemorial.org.
Pictured here, the Florida Hospital Fish Memorial materials management team loads up nearly $5,500 worth of clinic supplies for 23 schools in western Volusia County. From left to right: James “Robert” Phillips, Jerome Caubat, Malcolm White, Floyd Henry, Joshua Johnson, and Corban Robinson.