The Wright County Charitable Foundation recently contributed funds towards the purchase of a stereo optical vision screener for the Belmond Clinic at Iowa Specialty Hospital.
The stereo optical vision screener was purchased to replace an outdated screener that was no longer reliable for testing. The vision screener is used for all patient types within the clinic. However, it is mostly used for the Department of Transportation (DOT) physicals, pre-employment physicals, and school physicals, as well as patients with vision disturbances.
“We appreciate the donation the Wright County Charitable Foundation made toward our new vision screener,” shared Beth Jackson, Occupational Health and Wellness Leader. “This upgrade has allowed us to continue to provide the service our patients need and have come to expect. We appreciate the Foundation’s support of the clinic and community.”
The mission of the Wright County Charitable Foundation is to foster and promote private giving, to strengthen volunteer and nonprofit service providers, and to improve the condition and quality of life for the citizens of Wright County on a sustainable basis.