Your Dollars At Work The support of our donors helps Regional One Health provide world-class medical treatment to our community. In fiscal year 2019, the Regional One Health Foundation was able to grant more than $3 million to various needs thanks to your generosity. Here is a snapshot of how these gifts improved services and patient care in departments throughout the system: Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU): 45 NICView Cameras for our NICU babies. These small cameras attach to bassinettes and beds, allowing parents to view their baby securely from their phone anytime, anywhere. As our NICU celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2018, its graduates joined Regional One Health doctors and nurses to reflect on a legacy of giving over 45,000 critically ill babies a second chance at life. Your donations have been crucial to supporting not only these fragile infants, but the entire family. Read more on page 20. Critical Care Waiting Room: 38 sleep recliners Inpatient Rehab: Bladder scanner, 14 sleep recliners, 2 sleeper sofas Subacute Care Unit: Hoyer lift, bladder scanner, 6 sleep recliners, the “It’s Never 2 Late” technology, which helps patients and families use computers regardless of physical and intellectual abilities Burn: Accuvein, 5 lidco monitors The Foundation helps ensure the Firefighters Burn Center has the latest technology and training. For Samir Alniswan, who spent six months at the burn center and endured over 40 surgeries, it was the difference between life and death. Read more on page 28. Perioperative Services: Lithotripsy system, new tracking cabinet, new ultrasound General Intensive Care Unit (GICU): Portable ultrasound machine, bladder scanner, 5 CRRT machines, which provide a form of dialysis in which the patient’s blood is removed and filtered 6 Regional One Health Foundation

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