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MHC volunteers fulfill a wish

10:53 AM, May 6, 2013
On behalf of the Memorial Health Center Volunteers, Liz Emmerich, right, presents a bariatric scale to Memorial Health Center's Medical/Surgical unit. Sandra Clarke, Medical/Surgical Services director, is shown accepting the gift.
On behalf of the Memorial Health Center Volunteers, Liz Emmerich, right, presents a bariatric scale to Memorial Health Center's Medical/Surgical unit. Sandra Clarke, Medical/Surgical Services director, is shown accepting the gift.
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A bariatric scale now is available for use by patients at Memorial Health Center's Medical/Surgical unit, thanks to the support of the Memorial Health Center Volunteers.

Lightweight, portable and highly maneuverable, the scale design helps reduce caregiver strain and injury. It is ideal for weighing unsteady patients and those in need of special assistance.

"We see patients with many different health conditions," said Sandra Clarke, Memorial Health Center's Medical/Surgical Services director. "This scale will make it much quicker and easier for us to collect ...

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