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Chilton Medical Center is need of PPE and gloves N95 Masks and KN95 Masks General surgical masks (Levels 1,2 & 3) Eye protectors Face shields Disposable gloves (vinyl and nitrile) Surgical and isolation gowns, shoe covers Hand sanitizer Thermometers Testing swabs Alcohol wipes Ventilators Ventilator accessories – circuit BIPAP Industrial
If you work at a hospital with a 24 hour emergency room in need of these items, please ask the office in charge of procurement at your hospital to follow this link so they can provide us with the information we’ll need to determine if we can make a donation.
There is a now national resource & clearinghouse for N95 masks. If you need N95 masks, this is the place to go until the US Federal Government steps up their efforts. Prioritized medical equipment N95 masks Surgical masks Isolation gowns Ventilators Project N95 is working with governments to determine where
Allina Health is setting up collection sites at many of its facilities to receive donations. Allina Health is asking for donations of factory-made N95 and ear loop masks, as well as hand sewn ear loop masks. Instructions on how to make hand sewn masks can be viewed at allinahealth.org/coronavirus. Masks can be
Reported need: The Emergency Department at Providence St. John’s in Santa Monica is in need of N95 masks and face shields for doctors, PAs and nurses. If you can donate any of these items, please call the hospital to confirm need and coordinate drop-off. You can also direct message (DM)
If you live in Denver area, join State Legislators, local business leaders, and nonprofits are hosting a Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) drive to support Colorado hospitals at Empower Field at Mile High on Sunday (3/22) from 12-4 p.m. They will be collecting (unused products in unopened boxes): Eye protection and
From an employee at Hackettstown Medical Center: We are accepting any donations for personal protection gear or anything else folks are willing to donate. Please call ahead and security will meet you by the loading docks on the other side of the hospital. The number to call is 908-850-6800.
Mid Coast Hospital is preparing for shortages of some medical supplies, including personal protective equipment, during this outbreak of COVID-19. They are proactively pursuing supplies through donations of new and unused: N95 Masks (usually made by 3M or Kimberly Clark but we will accept any brand) Paper masks (with ties or
From the Mayor of Phoenix, AZ on March 20, 2020: “First responders and medical professionals will carry us through #COVID19 & need our support. Tomorrow @PHXFire and @phoenixpolice are collecting unopened medical/sanitation materials at @PhoenixConCtr between 9AM-3PM.” Tweet the accounts above to confirm need and drop off site if you’d