MCC donates medical supplies to area hospitals
As part of its commitment to the community, Mott Community College is reaching out in multiple ways to ensure the health and safety of Flint and Genesee County. The Health Sciences department will lend ventilators, used in laboratory demonstrations and for experiential learning, to all three local hospitals during the Coronavirus crisis.
The Health Sciences and Science and Mathematics departments also donated classroom
and lab supplies to the three area hospitals on Monday, March 23, including:
• 1000 nurse bouffant caps
• 500 shoe covers
• 12 Sterile Drapes
• 700 Masks (Paper with Ties)
• 250 Masks with Shields
• 30 Tubs Sanitary Wipes
• Nitrile Gloves (more than 15,000 pair)
• Vinyl Gloves (more than 1500 pair)
Additionally, the College will host a blood drive in cooperation with the American Red Cross and Hurley Medical Center in the Event Center on the main campus in Flint, Friday March 27 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Register to donate blood here.
“It is an honor to be able to help local hospitals with supplies needed to address the current health crisis,” said MCC President, Dr. Beverly Walker-Griffea. “It is imperative that we all do what we can to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus and protect the health and safety of our community.”
To help students, faculty and staff navigate tele-learning and tele-working during this time, the College has established a COVID-19 page which has important information and resources at https://www.mcc.edu/campus-safety/covid-19-coronavirus.shtml#breadcrumbs2
REMINDER: The College has cancelled all events and gatherings regardless of their size through the end of May 4, 2020. Students, faculty and staff should continue to monitor their MCC email and for all updates. The public is encouraged to visit www.mcc.edu/Coronavirus for the most recent notifications about College operations.
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