On Monday, November 29, Day Kimball Healthcare’s (DKH) frontline workers received 100 donated care packages from Trane Technologies® – a DKH corporate partner and world leader in air conditioning systems, services and solutions – as a way of showing gratitude for their hard work and dedication amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Trane Team held an employee fundraiser and put together the care packages which were filled with a variety of items including hand creams, lip balm, instant soups, cocoa, snack bars, chocolates, and a number of other comfort foods and care items. These care packages provide welcome relief to our dedicated frontline team who work tirelessly to deliver the best care possible to our patients.
A huge thank you to Trane Technologies and its staff for providing this timely and much appreciated donation. Special thanks to Gregg Jenkins, Trane’s Account Manager for thinking about our hospital, and to their Associate Manager Kobina Intsiful for leading the charge with this wonderful employee initiative and community outreach.
Pictured left to right: Kobina Intsiful, associate manager, Trane Technologies; Kyle Kramer, chief executive officer, Day Kimball Healthcare; John O’Keefe, RN, MSN, chief nursing officer and vice president of patient services, Day Kimball Healthcare; Ben Charney, area general manager & systems sales leader, Trane Technologies; Mike Girard, operations manager, Trane Technologies; Deb Blackmer, RN, medical/surgical clinical manager, Day Kimball Healthcare; Daniel Durand BS, RN, ICU clinical manager, Day Kimball Healthcare; Patricia Mclaughlin, RN, BSN, emergency department clinical manager; Paul Beaudoin, chief financial officer, Day Kimball Healthcare; and Cheryl Petrarca, RN, MSN, CNOR, Executive Director of Nursing, Day Kimball Healthcare.