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Seminole State Loans Medical Supplies To Hospitals For Covid-19 Response

SANFORD, Fla. (April 9, 2020) - Seminole State College of Florida is helping Central Florida hospitals deal with the COVID-19 pandemic by loaning essential supplies to local hospitals.
The College’s Respiratory Care program loaned 10 ventilators from the respiratory care lab at the Altamonte Springs Campus to Orlando Health.
Seminole State’s Allied HealthNursing, and Public Safety departments sent 800 masks to Advent Health’s Emergency Medical Services (EMS) team.  Advent Health will replace the masks once the crisis is over.
The College’s health, public safety and construction programs also loaned two ventilators, face shields, hand sanitizer, and surgical gowns and gloves to Central Florida Regional Hospital.
“Seminole State is committed to doing what it can to help the Central Florida region as we all deal with the global coronavirus pandemic that has disrupted our lives,” said Seminole State President Dr. Georgia L. Lorenz.
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