Mercy Health — Cincinnati announces that the Guild of Anderson Hospital made a significant donation to support equipment purchases at the hospital.

Guild President Julie Hughes presented leadership with a $100,000 check, which the hospital will use to purchase a wide range of equipment to support patient care. Purchases include a car simulator, hematology microscope, semi-automatic slide staining system, pulmonary percussion vest, epidural pump, special care nursery syringe pump, warmer for milk, weight scale, Kangaroo Care recliner, lumbar positioner for shoulder surgery, ophthalmoscope and digital retinal scanner.

This gift was made possible through the Guild’s gift shop sales and funds raised from numerous Guild programs held throughout 2017.

The Guild of Mercy Health – Anderson Hospital raises financial resources that help the hospital provide top quality care to the patients it serves. The group anticipates continued strong sales at the gift shop, which is newly renovated and offers unique gifts, decorator items and flowers. Other popular fundraising activities include:

  • The DNS Jewelry Sale
  • Books and Fun Sale
  • Mercyfest
  • The annual spring luncheon

The Guild invites community members to register and become Gift Shop volunteers. Each volunteer works a single four-hour shift per week and receives a Mercy Health uniform, name badge, cafeteria meal voucher and Mercy HealthPlex membership discount.

For more information about the Guild and volunteer opportunities, please call Tracy Taylor, Director of Volunteer Services, at 513-624-4676 or Julie Hughes, Mercy Health – Anderson Guild President, at 513-474-2859.