Medical Center Provides Relief to Nursing School After Flash Floods
After being forced out of its nursing building and losing several thousands of dollars in equipment due to flash floods last fall, Navajo Technical University’s School of Nursing received relief from Lovelace Medical Center with a large donation of medical supplies.
The supplies will be used for classroom training purposes for both NTU’s Registered Nursing and Pre Nursing programs, which have since both relocated back to their classrooms to start the second semester of NTU’s academic year. Items donated by Lovelace included: various solution and injection sets; soap bars and sterile water; adhesive and plastic bandages; gauze sponges and antibiotic ointment; gloves and surgical masks; IV and dressing supplies; and ted hose.
“We are happy to donate needed medical supplies to the Nursing Department at Navajo Technical University,” said Troy Greer, CEO of Lovelace Medical Center. “Lovelace is committed to helping those in our community when natural disasters strike and we are pleased our donation can make a difference.”
According to NTU Registered Nursing instructor, Jonathan Lumibao, the supplies will make a difference as NTU’s School of Nursing works towards normalcy. “The donation is great for learning purposes. We received supplies that we previously didn’t have so we’ll be able to work on skills we haven’t been able to do before,” explained Lumibao.
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