Shrine Club grant funds therapy purchase


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From left: Shriners Paul Marshall, Warren Craig, FCMH Foundation member Roger Kirkpatrick, patient Keely Quetchum, Shriner Bill Sowash, WCH Shrine Club President Milan Hansen, Shriner Steve Simpson and Donna Snyder, FCMH therapist.

From left: Shriners Paul Marshall, Warren Craig, FCMH Foundation member Roger Kirkpatrick, patient Keely Quetchum, Shriner Bill Sowash, WCH Shrine Club President Milan Hansen, Shriner Steve Simpson and Donna Snyder, FCMH therapist.


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The Washington Court House Shrine Club and Aladdin Shriners Hospital for Children awarded a grant to the Fayette County Memorial Hospital Foundation to help fund the purchase of a new, medical grade treadmill for the therapy department.

“The treadmill helps bring more state-of-the-art equipment to the FCMH Therapy department that will be used for concussion protocol testing and rehabilitative therapy for student athletes in Fayette County,” said FCMH Foundation Director Whitney Gentry. “The Aladdin Shriners and Washington Court House Shrine Club are very dedicated to helping children and the community. We appreciate their support and look forward to treating patients with the new equipment.”

About FCMH

Fayette County Memorial Hospital is a 25 bed, critical access hospital with over 30 health care providers and over 400 employees. FCMH offers a full spectrum of health care services including same day care, specialty clinic, surgery center, therapy services and women’s wellness center.

From left: Shriners Paul Marshall, Warren Craig, FCMH Foundation member Roger Kirkpatrick, patient Keely Quetchum, Shriner Bill Sowash, WCH Shrine Club President Milan Hansen, Shriner Steve Simpson and Donna Snyder, FCMH therapist.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2019/11/web1_Shrine-Grant-2019.jpegFrom left: Shriners Paul Marshall, Warren Craig, FCMH Foundation member Roger Kirkpatrick, patient Keely Quetchum, Shriner Bill Sowash, WCH Shrine Club President Milan Hansen, Shriner Steve Simpson and Donna Snyder, FCMH therapist. Courtesy photo

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