Over the last two years, the staff at Marcus Daly Memorial Hospital have
dug deep into their pocketbooks to show just how much they believe in
the mission of providing quality health care to their community.
Since 2017, their donations to the employee giving program have topped
$92,000. That funding has been used to purchase vital medical equipment
in eight different departments.
Most recently, the foundation approved the purchase of a new glucometer
system that’s used to monitor a patient’s glucose levels.
The 12-unit system costs $28,766.
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