Bayhealth team members and clinical staff took health on the move, bringing free services to community members. Several local community members took advantage of free flu vaccinations, blood pressure checks, and cancer education at the Blue Hen Corporate Center on Nov. 14.
Bayhealth Nursing Professional Development Practitioner and Scrub In Podcast co-host Tyler Coty, MSN, RN, CCRN, offered community members free blood pressure checks. “I was thrilled to help serve our community, meeting them where they are,” stated Coty. “As co-host of the podcast Scrub In powered by Bayhealth, I have the opportunity to talk to others about their ‘why’ and work like this is so important to my ‘why’. To break down barriers to health care for our community is a powerful force behind why I chose to be a nurse, to ultimately care for others.”
“We already do a lot of work directly out in the community, providing services to those in need but the Bayhealth Mobile Care Unit will help us expand these efforts and reach even more community members,” said Bayhealth Nursing Professional Development Specialist Karen Merson, MSN, RN, NE-BC, NPD-BC. “It is very important to our mission to strengthen the health of our community, one life at a time. It was great to spend the day providing free flu vaccinations to those in need on the Mobile Unit and we look forward to doing even more in the future.”
To learn more about Bayhealth and our deep commitment to our community, please visit Bayhealth.org.
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