Wesley Health Care Center, a component of the Wesley Community, is the recipient of a $14,000 grant from the Arnold Cogswell Health Care Fund of the Community Foundation for the Greater Capital Region.
The grant, which is designed to serve Wesley Health Care Center’s long-term care residents, supports the purchase of multiple EKG machines and stands, two mechanical insufflation-exsufflation machines and an AED device.
Wesley officials said the new equipment will assist the clinical care teams at Wesley Health Care Center in providing the highest quality of care to their residents.
“This new equipment is a wonderful addition to Wesley Health Care Center, and will further enable us to provide compassionate, quality care to our long-term residents,” said Brian Nealon, Wesley CEO. “We thank the Arnold Cogswell Health Care Fund of The Community Foundation for the Greater Capital Region for its contribution. It is an honor to be recognized by an organization which shares our commitment to enriching the lives of seniors.”
The care center is part of the Wesley Community, a 36-acre continuum of care campus in Saratoga Springs, which provides independent and enriched living, subsidized independent senior housing, short-term rehabilitation and long-term care, as well as outpatient therapies for individuals of all ages.
The Wesley Community is sponsored by United Methodist Health and Housing, Inc.
For more information about Wesley, visit www.thewesleycommunity.org.