Mobile Health has been on the front lines of supporting the COVID-19 pandemic through nationwide testing and vaccination programs to keep healthcare employees, schools, businesses, and communities safe. As the pandemic has come to an end, we found ourselves with an overstock of Personal Protective Equipment such as N95 respirators, surgical masks, surgical gowns, and more. Our team quickly looked for a solution, and it turns out we didn’t need to look any further than our own staff!
Stacey Brake, Nurse Practitioner and Mobile Health Project Manager, and Dianne Pape, Mobile Health Operations Coordinator raised their hand and suggested we donate our PPE supplies to Project C.U.R.E. Stacey and Dianne have volunteered for Project C.U.R.E. for over ten years, donating their valuable time to help an organization whose mission is to provide vital medical supplies to organizations in need around the world.
Mobile Health donated over 120,000 individual pieces of personal protective equipment to Project C.U.R.E., including:
Gowns and Face Shields
“I originally learned about Project C.U.R.E. many years ago while on a mission trip in Mongolia, donating my time through another organization to provide vision screening to local residents. I learned about Project C.U.R.E. from a colleague on that trip and was immediately interested. It really hit home for me – I am passionate about public health and helping those in need” said Dianne Pape.
“It makes me proud” said Stacey Brake, Nurse Practitioner and Mobile Health Project Manager. “Mobile Health is a grassroots organization, and this donation helps other grass roots organizations around the world provide healthcare, surgical services, and even war support. These places, organizations, countries, and communities that will be able to provide medical services to give people the care they need is possible, in part, through this donation. As an NP, it’s hard to put into words the way I would feel if I were on the receiving end of these donations knowing that I want to do good work. What our company has done feeds my soul.”
“Mobile Health is proud to help Project C.U.R.E. complete its mission of delivering vital medical supplies to organizations in need across the world” said Andrew Shulman, Chief Executive Officer. “Our company is full of passionate individuals that go above and beyond the call of duty – that example shines brightly today by the actions of Stacey Brake and Dianne Pape. Their identification of a need paired with our ability to give makes the world a better place.”