Florida Hospital Flagler Donates Clinic Supplies to Local Fire Department

PALM COAST, Fla., October 12, 2018 — Florida Hospital Flagler recently donated more than $2,000 worth of clinic supplies to the Flagler Beach Fire Department.

The donation included items such as splints, blood pressure cuffs, trauma tourniquets and more.

“Everything that is being donated is going directly to people in need during emergency situations,” said Bobby Pace, Flagler Beach fire chief.

“It’s just like Christmas for us!” said firefighters Morgan Rainey, echoing Pace’s sentiments.

“All of us here at Florida Hospital Flagler appreciate the strength and dedication that is put forth from our Flagler Beach Fire Department and will continue to support them for years to come,” said Mary Radcliff, Florida Hospital Flagler emergency department director.

About Florida Hospital Flagler
Florida Hospital’s parent company, Adventist Health System, has announced that it will soon change its name to AdventHealth. Based in Altamonte Springs, Adventist Health System is one of the nation’s largest faith-based health care systems with nearly 50 hospital campuses in nine states and more than 80,000 employees. As of Jan. 2, 2019, Florida Hospital Flagler will adopt the AdventHealth name and logo. This name change is not the result of a merger, acquisition or change in ownership, but part of our efforts to help consumers easily identify AdventHealth’s care locations and services. We remain steadfastly committed to delivering whole-person care for the mind, body and spirit and our mission to extend the healing ministry of Christ remains the same.

Located in Palm Coast, Florida Hospital Flagler has 99-beds and is one of the six Florida Hospitals in Flagler, Lake and Volusia counties that composes the Florida Hospital Central Florida Division – North Region. For more information about Florida Hospital Flagler, visit www.FloridaHospitalFlagler.com.

Photo Caption:
Flagler Beach Fire Department team members, pictured with Florida Hospital Flagler’s donation of more than $2,000 worth of clinic supplies. From left to right: Chris Davey, William Lautenschlager, Robert Wiemann, Greg Evans, Morgan Rainey, Bobby Wu, Andres Stocker, Tom Gillin and Bobby Pace.