On Tuesday, Nov. 26, Wound Care Advantage and LifeStream Blood Bank hosted a Toy and Blood Drive to bring in the holidays.
“As a company, we pride ourselves on the teamwork that goes into helping patients all across the country heal from debilitating wounds. The act of giving blood can provide a deep understanding of how we as individuals can have a direct impact in saving someone’s life,” said Kurt Arisohn, COO of Wound Care Advantage.
In addition to the blood drive, Wound Care Advantage kicked off a toy drive that will be donated to the Boys and Girls Club of Pasadena on Dec. 19, giving plenty of time for donation collections.
For more information on how to get involved in community efforts put forth by Wound Care Advantage or to learn more about WCA, visit the website at www.thewca.com.
About Wound Care Advantage
For about the cost of one employee, Wound Care Advantage assists hospitals to run a wound care center. Centered on the belief that hospitals should control their own destiny, we provide a variety of services to meet the needs of your wound center without the burden of a management company. With no contracts, no commitments, and a free consultation, we help hospitals and healthcare providers spend less and get more out of their wound center.