Donation Supports High Quality Care with Latest Technology
Community Hospital of San Bernardino Receives Grant from San Manuel Band of Mission Indians
Community Hospital of San Bernardino Foundation received a grant from the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians towards the purchase of critical hospital equipment.
The $200,000 donation will support the purchase of a Spyglass Direct Visualization System, an Omnicell Medication Management System, a video tower and surgical tables. The SpyGlass Direct Visualization System will offer physicians high quality optical viewing to a single site of interest versus the traditional visualization techniques such as an x-ray.
Hospital patients will also benefit from a streamlined medication administration process and a secure and quick transportation of medications from the automated dispensing cabinet to the patient's bedside. Additionally, the Tribe’s donation supports a video tower that provides live images to the surgeon from inside the operative area in the body.
“San Manuel is a generous supporter of Community Hospital,” said June Collison, president, Community Hospital of San Bernardino. “We deeply appreciate their investment in our efforts to continue to provide an exceptional standard of care to the communities we serve,” added Collison.
“Community Hospital is critical to our healthcare network in the region,” said Carla Rodriguez, Chairperson of the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians. “This new technology will enable the hospital to continue their efforts of providing quality services to citizens in the area.”
For more information on giving opportunities, please call Community Hospital of San Bernardino Foundation at (909) 806-1389.