STURGIS – Sturgis Hospital is asking for help from the community.
Hospital officials say they are asking if any individuals or businesses can provide N95 masks, barrier aprons and eye shields. Even construction N95 masks would be appreciated for when surgical N95 masks are not available.
Sturgis Hospital is currently fine, but this is a national effort and hospital officials says we should do what we can to assist.
If there are any businesses or individuals that are interested in donating supplies, Sturgis Hospital will receive the supplies and will ensure that they are distributed as requested and needed within our region.
Supplies should be dropped off at Sturgis Hospital Receiving on the north side of the Hospital. People should not enter the Hospital building for such drop offs.
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