Maury Regional Health accepts donations of personal protective equipment

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COLUMBIA, Tenn. — As cases of COVID-19 continue to climb across the U.S. and in Tennessee, Maury Regional Health (MRH) has experienced an outpouring of support from community members seeking ways to help the organization and its health care providers on the front lines.

Due to the rapidly evolving nature of the COVID-19 pandemic and the limited nationwide supply of personal protective equipment (PPE), MRH is accepting in-kind donations of specific materials, including:

Disposable face masks

Hand-sewn face masks

Latex-free gloves

Medical gowns

Face shields

Other health care PPE materials

Please note that all items must be in the original packaging with the exception of hand-sewn masks and medical gowns.

To donate these materials, please bring your donation to the main entrance of Maury Regional Medical Center at 1224 Trotwood Avenue in Columbia between the hours of 5 a.m. and 8 p.m. daily. All donations should include a note that includes the donor’s name, contact information and quantity of items.

If you are donating a substantial quantity of materials, please first contact the Maury Regional Supply Chain Department at arosen@mauryregional.com to arrange a delivery date and time.

For more information about this initiative and other COVID-19 information, visit COVID.MauryRegional.com.

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