The Wright County Charitable Foundation recently contributed funds towards the purchase of a new procedure chair for the Outreach Clinic at Iowa Specialty Hospital – Clarion.
The new procedure chair is specifically for wound care patients seen in the outreach clinic. One of the main features is a raising and lowering function for easy of patient transfer from a wheelchair. The chair allows for the repositioning of patients both for their comfort and enhancing the work setting for staff. Finally, the new procedure chair has a non-porous covering for infection control purposes.
“We’re excited for our new procedure chair to improve comfort for our wound patients during their visits,” shared Kelsey Royster, RN, WCC. “We appreciate the Wright County Charitable Foundation’s support for their donations and support.”
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. Toward this objective, the Foundation will promote endowment building; facilitate community betterment projects and programs; analyze and prioritize community needs; initiate focused and meaningful grant making; encourage collaboration, cooperation, communication and partnership among nonprofit groups; and, support active public, private and volunteer leadership for the benefit of the greater community in Wright County, Iowa.