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Wheeling Hospital Donates to Hurricane Relief

September 13, 2019

In the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian, Wheeling Hospital offers support by donating a pallet of water to Shield Roofing and Construction, which is collecting donations to be shipped to the Bahamas in October. This isn’t the first time Wheeling Hospital has helped after a natural disaster. In 2016, it donated 5 tons of supplies to victims of flooding in southern West Virginia. The hospital also come through with supplies for New York victims of Superstorm Sandy in 2012. From left are: Ruth Hicks, Wheeling Hospital echocardiogram technician; Chris Coffield, director of Cardiac Imaging; Barry Hicks, Shield project specialist; Kristen Bedillion, registered vascular technician; and Francine LaRoche, vascular coordinator.

In the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian, Wheeling Hospital offers support by donating a pallet of water to Shield Roofing and Construction, which is collecting donations to be shipped to the Bahamas in October. This isn’t the first time Wheeling Hospital has helped after a natural disaster. In 2016, it donated 5 tons of supplies to victims of flooding in southern West Virginia. The hospital also come through with supplies for New York victims of Superstorm Sandy in 2012. From left are: Ruth Hicks, Wheeling Hospital echocardiogram technician; Chris Coffield, director of Cardiac Imaging; Barry Hicks, Shield project specialist; Kristen Bedillion, registered vascular technician; and Francine LaRoche, vascular coordinator.