GMercyU Provides PPE for Students Returning to Clinicals

September 2, 2020

Gwynedd Mercy University hosted a three-day drive-through station on its East Campus to assign Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) to students returning to clinical settings this semester.

Healthcare students picked up their assigned PPE and were also fitted for a special face mask.

“Participating in clinicals is a fundamental part of our students’ education,” Ann Phalen, Dean of the Frances M. Maguire School of Nursing and Health Professions said. “I want to thank all who helped coordinate this event to ensure our students had the proper safety equipment to succeed. Many thanks to Executive Council; Finance; Plant Services; Corrie Pallante, RN, MSN and the participating nurses; Joanna Gallagher, Director of Security, and her team.”

GMercyU’s Frances M. Maguire School of Nursing and Health Professions has built a reputation for innovation and leadership in healthcare that spans more than 60 years. With its 100+ healthcare partnerships, GMercyU has a long history of preparing excellent healthcare professionals who not only have outstanding clinical skills, but are known for providing compassionate care that focuses on the whole patient.

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