HARRISBURG, Pa. – HACC, Central Pennsylvania’s Community College, recently donated personal protective equipment and supplies to UPMC Pinnacle Health in response to a need during the global coronavirus pandemic.
On March 21, 2020, faculty from the Nursing and Allied Health programs at HACC’s Harrisburg Campus gathered the following items valued at $1,591:
- Antibacterial supplies – 31 containers
- Bouffant caps – 4 boxes
- Disposable lab coats – 12 packages
- Face masks – 43 boxes
- Gloves – 166 boxes
- Gowns – 105 packages
- Protective eyewear – 13 pairs
- Surgeon hoods – 3 packages
- Shoe covers – 3 boxes
UPMC Pinnacle took the items to their central distribution center to be given to hospitals and departments in most need.
“UPMC is humbled by the outpouring of support from the community interested in donating supplies,” said Philip Guarneschelli, president of UPMC Pinnacle. “We are immensely thankful for the generous donation from HACC as UPMC team members continue to provide care for our patients and work to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in our community.”
HACC has also notified area hospitals to contact the College if they have additional needs for supplies that the College may have in storage.
Photo Caption: HACC, Central Pennsylvania’s Community College, donated supplies to UMPC Pinnacle Health to help with a shortage due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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