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FMH Foundation awarded SCE&G grant

First Posted: 3:38 pm - February 6th, 2016

The Fairfield Memorial Hospital Foundation was awarded a $3,000 grant from SCE&G to purchase a wall transformer set with ophthalmoscope and otoscope for the hospital’s Emergency Department. This unit allows for digital monitoring of vital signs, such as blood pressure and assessment of eyes, nose and ears. Shown are Randy Kelley, vice president of the FMH Foundation; Ronita Marshall of SCE&G; Suzie Doscher, CEO of Fairfield Memorial Hospital; Mike Quinn, president of the FMH Foundation; and Dr. Stephen Ridley.
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The Fairfield Memorial Hospital Foundation was awarded a $3,000 grant from SCE&G to purchase a wall transformer set with ophthalmoscope and otoscope for the hospital’s Emergency Department. This unit allows for digital monitoring of vital signs, such as blood pressure and assessment of eyes, nose and ears. Shown are Randy Kelley, vice president of the FMH Foundation; Ronita Marshall of SCE&G; Suzie Doscher, CEO of Fairfield Memorial Hospital; Mike Quinn, president of the FMH Foundation; and Dr. Stephen Ridley.

The Fairfield Memorial Hospital Foundation was awarded a $3,000 grant from SCE&G to purchase a wall transformer set with ophthalmoscope and otoscope for the hospital’s Emergency Department. This unit allows for digital monitoring of vital signs, such as blood pressure and assessment of eyes, nose and ears. Shown are Randy Kelley, vice president of the FMH Foundation; Ronita Marshall of SCE&G; Suzie Doscher, CEO of Fairfield Memorial Hospital; Mike Quinn, president of the FMH Foundation; and Dr. Stephen Ridley.
http://heraldindependent.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_fmhfsceggrant.jpgThe Fairfield Memorial Hospital Foundation was awarded a $3,000 grant from SCE&G to purchase a wall transformer set with ophthalmoscope and otoscope for the hospital’s Emergency Department. This unit allows for digital monitoring of vital signs, such as blood pressure and assessment of eyes, nose and ears. Shown are Randy Kelley, vice president of the FMH Foundation; Ronita Marshall of SCE&G; Suzie Doscher, CEO of Fairfield Memorial Hospital; Mike Quinn, president of the FMH Foundation; and Dr. Stephen Ridley. Courtesy photo
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