“It was heartbreaking to see such a wonderful organization with the most at risk population not getting the support they needed. The PPE world has been ripe with fraud and misinformation and we couldn’t stand by and allow St. Pauls to be impacted by that.” - Dr. Evie Sabet (Partner)
DALLAS (PRWEB) August 11, 2020
In an unpredictable, chaotic year unlike anything else, St. Paul Elder Services in KauKauna, WI continues to do what they do best - care for elderly patients. In this season, PPE is key.
After getting a PPE supply boost from FEMA they were shocked that the vast majority of what they received was faulty. Local coverage details unknown gloves, gowns that were “glorified garbage bags”, and other unusable product. ([Nursing Homes Get Faulty FEMA Supplies » Urban Milwaukee] (https://urbanmilwaukee.com/2020/07/27/nursing-homes-get-faulty-fema-supplies/)
It was this press that caught the eye of the Servant Health team out of Dallas, Texas. (ServantHealth.com). As a Veteran owned healthcare advisory firm, Servant Health manufacturers and contract manufacturers PPE (Level 1-4 isolation gowns) in North America for major hospitals and institutions in the U.S.A.
“It was heartbreaking to see such a wonderful organization with the most at risk population not getting the support they needed. The PPE world has been ripe with fraud and misinformation and we couldn’t stand by and allow St. Pauls to be impacted by that,” said Dr. Evie Sabet (Partner & Clinical Advisor at Servant Health).
After hearing the news, Servant Health allocated a 10,000 mask donation just for St. Pauls and shipped it out immediately. They are asking for others with resources or quality PPE to donate as well.
“There is much more to do, but taking care of the Greatest Generation will always be a priority for us.” -Ben Davis (Advisor, Servant Health).
If you’d like to help donate PPE or resources to elderly care facilities with Servant Health - please reach out to Marshall@ServantHealth.com in order to facilitate the donation.