Yesterday, the White House announced a call-to-action for anyone who can donate any expendable personal protective equipment (PPE) to address the nationwide shortages that healthcare providers are facing. Monadnock Community Hospital echoes the urgent local need and requests donations of unused masks, goggles, face shields, isolation gowns, gloves and hand sanitizer.
Donations can be dropped off at Monadnock Community Hospital, Loading Dock #2, from: 8 a.m. – 4 p.m., Monday – Friday.
“Monadnock Community Hospital has made strategic decisions and adjustments to best utilize our supplies. There is a nationwide shortage of PPE supplies and we need to address our depleting stock,” said Cynthia McGuire, President and CEO. “No donation is too small.”
For questions or if you would like to make donation arrangements for drop off at an alternative location or time, please contact Laura A. Gingras, VP, Philanthropy and Community Relations at: 603-924-4666 or Laura.Gingras@mchmail.org
Monadnock Community Hospital, 452 Old Street Rd, Peterborough, NH. Once on the MCH campus, take your first left and drive to the far left side of the campus. Ring the bell at Loading Dock #2.