American Heritage Credit Union donates $20,000 to St. Mary Medical Center Foundation

The donation will be used to purchase a Giraffe OmniBed Carestation for the hospital’s NICU

The Times

Pictured: Bruce K. Foulke, American Heritage Credit Union’s president & CEO (L), Jim Woodward, Trinity Health Mid-Atlantic’s president & CEO (second from R), Dorian Smith, American Heritage Credit Union’s vice president of business development (far R), and staff from St. Mary Medical Center’s NeoNatal Intensive Care Unit

American Heritage Credit Union recently donated $20,000 to the St. Mary Medical Center Foundation.

The donation will be used to purchase a Giraffe OmniBed Carestation. Already equipped with one Carestation, the St. Mary Medical Center NeoNatal Intensive Care Unit was in need of a second to support the number of births at the hospital based in Langhorne.

From delivery to discharge, the Giraffe OmniBed Carestation is designed to address the changing and complex demands of the NICU by utilizing advanced technology to provide supportive, family-centered care solutions, consistently-controlled thermal environments, warmth during transport, improved patient access and visibility, and reliable clinical performance.

American Heritage president and CEO, Bruce K. Foulke, and vice president of business development, Dorian Smith, presented the donation to Trinity Health Mid-Atlantic’s Jim Woodward, present and CEO.

“We jumped at the opportunity to help when we found out that St. Mary Medical Center’s NICU was in need of a new Giraffe OmniBed Carestation,” Foulke said. “Their NICU is incredibly important to the families in our communities, and it was our honor to help provide resources so the staff could be equipped with the latest technology to help these parents.”