Temecula Valley Hospital seeks medical supplies, other donations
TEMECULA, CA – Local Businesses have an immediate opportunity to assist Temecula Valley Hospital. Across the
nation, businesses are donating or selling supplies within their existing inventory to hospitals where supplies are
becoming scarce. Mayor James “Stew” Stewart supports this effort locally in response to Temecula Valley Hospital’s
request for assistance.
LEADING THE RCNS HEADLINES:
Temecula Valley Hospital currently has the medical supplies and personal protective equipment that are needed to
keep their employees and medical staff safe. The hospital tracks inventory several times per day and has put in place conservation measures to protect their resources in order to address the COVID-19 pandemic.
However, the supply is limited and becoming scarce as they await additional supplies. At this point, the hospital would greatly appreciate local support from the community.
While medical supply and personal protective equipment donations are welcomed, Temecula Valley Hospital can
make payment arrangements to support local businesses that would incur a financial burden to donate.
Many businesses are not open and may have available supplies and equipment. Examples would include hotels, casinos, wineries, schools, restaurants, contractors, dental offices, chiropractors, child care centers, or others. If your business can help, please call 951-331-2536, and Temecula Valley Hospital will make arrangements for delivery or pick-up.
Their needs include:
-Healthcare Masks (Surgical Masks or N95 masks/equivalents)
-Contractor Grade Masks / Respirators / Filters
-Disposable Gloves, preferably latex free
-Infrared Non-Touch (rated for human temperature readings)
-Plastic strip thermometers
HAND SANITIZER (60% ALCOHOL CONTENT REQUIRED) WIPES
-Alcohol Wipes (70% Solution)
-Alcohol Swabs (Example – used to clean skin prior to an injection)
-Medical Isolation Gowns
-Disposable Coveralls (Tyvek Suits)FACE SHIELDS
DISPOSABLE FOOD TRAYS
TAKE-OUT / TO-GO CONTAINERS
-Single-use plastic or Styrofoam
INDIVIDUALLY WRAPPED UTENSILS
Submitted by City of Temecula
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