Best Care Ambulance Inc. Donates $10,000 to UM Memorial Hospital Foundation to Benefit the Birthing Center at UM Shore Regional Health

For immediate release: May 01, 2017

Best Care Ambulance Inc. recently made a donation of $10,000 to the University of Maryland Memorial Hospital Foundation to help benefit the ongoing renovations for the Birthing Center at UM Shore Regional Health.

“We are excited to be able to help the Birthing Center and the current renovations to their patient care areas,” says Wayne L. Gardner, Sr., president, Best Care Ambulance Inc. and UM Shore Regional Health Board Member. “The Birthing Center is very important to this community and it is important that we invest in it so that it can continue to benefit so many.”

“We appreciate Best Care Ambulance for stepping up and helping the Birthing Center to fund these renovations,” says Luanne Satchell, manager of Women’s and Children’s Services at UM Shore Medical Center at Easton. “We believe that once completed, the renovated patient care areas will greatly enhance the overall patient experience, for mother and baby.”

To learn more about the Birthing Center at UM Shore Medical Center at Easton or the educational opportunities and support groups available to expectant and new mothers, visit umshoreregional.org/birthing.

Best Care Ambulance Inc. presents the check to UM Memorial Hospital Foundation and the Birthing Center at UM Shore Regional Health. (left to right) F. Graham Lee, vice president of philanthropy,  Ken Kozel, president and CEO, UM Shore Regional Health, Bob Frank, senior vice president of operations, UM Shore Regional Health, Luanne Satchell, manager, Women’s and Children’s Services at UM Shore Medical Center at Easton, Dan Jewell, executive vice president and part owner, Best Care Ambulance Inc, Wayne L. Gardner, Sr., president, Best Care Ambulance Inc, Shirley Garnder.