Tift Regional Medical Center Foundation
Hope EMS receives 12 Lead
The Tift Regional Medical Center Foundation recently presented Hope EMS with a 12 Lead Defibrillator and Monitor. The 12 Lead is used to help patients who are experiencing cardiac difficulties by performing a diagnostic EKG en route to the hospital. The EMS will then be able to send the results to the Emergency Room at Tift Regional along with the physician’s mobile phone. This will allow Tift Regional and the physician to prepare for the heart attack patient before he or she arrives saving precious time.
Tift Regional Medical Center Foundation, initially formed with the mission of ensuring health care for our region, provides a myriad of ways for people to directly impact the lives of others. Patients and family members, TRMCF employees, physicians, health care workers and the general public all give to support Foundation programs that support direct patient needs; purchase needed medical equipment, provide nursing scholarships and fund patient education, along with many other forms of assistance. Our Foundation grows every year - new members join our ranks and new methods of giving are established...call today to learn how you can be a part of our legacy of giving.
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TIFTON — The Tift Regional Medical Center Foundation will honor one of their own, the late Dr. Sammie D. Dixon, in "A Tribute from the Heart" event Feb. 27 at the UGA Tifton Campus Conference Center. The event will commence at 7 p.m. and include a si... Read more »