|Kennedy Health System Donates EKG Machines to Assist Victims of Philippines Typhoon|
|Thursday, December 12, 2013|
The Kennedy Health System in South Jersey recently donated 17 GE Mac 5000 EKG machines no longer in use at its three hospitals to international humanitarian medical resource organization Globus Relief for delivery to areas of the Philippines affected by Typhoon Haiyan.
The EKG machines have been specified to go to areas to support people in most need. Pictured at the recent equipment pickup are, from left: Kennedy associates Francisco Devera Jr., RRT, and Hazel Smolens, RN, who both have family members in the Philippines; Kennedy-Stratford Chief Administrative Officer Bob Aulicino and Biomed Tech Jacob Sherbondy. Globus Relief, headquartered in Salt Lake City, UT, provides resource solutions to non-profits, Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs), and ministries of health to improve the quality of healthcare worldwide. For more information, visit www.globusrelief.org