VERSAILLES — Midmark Corp., a number one medical environmental design firm offering medical, dental and veterinary options that allow a greater expertise on the level of care, right this moment introduced its dedication to teammate coronary heart heath as a sponsor of the American Coronary heart Affiliation’s Go Pink for Girls marketing campaign in Dayton and Cincinnati.
The marketing campaign kicks off this month, American Coronary heart Month, at every of the corporate’s ten areas and can assist all teammates prioritize their particular person coronary heart well being, together with blood stress administration and CPR training.
“As a sponsor of the Go Pink for Girls marketing campaign, Midmark is investing within the mission of the American Coronary heart Affiliation to deliver lifesaving data to our teammates and their households, in addition to Darke County and surrounding communities,” mentioned Mitch Eiting, international philanthropic and company giving supervisor.
To additional assist the Go Pink initiative, Erin Klotzbach Hyatt, senior shopper relations supervisor for Midmark is taking part within the first-ever American Coronary heart Affiliation Girls of Impression eight-week marketing campaign the place she is going to compete towards 4 different nominees within the Larger Cincinnati space. Throughout this marketing campaign, Hyatt will enhance coronary heart well being consciousness and correct blood stress screenings and drive fundraising for the American Coronary heart Affiliation.
By way of Hyatt’s efforts, together with the Midmark Wellness Committee; Dr. Tom Schwieterman, chief medical officer; and different teammates, the corporate lately celebrated Nationwide Put on Pink Day by offering blood stress screenings at its Versailles location and different services. Midmark additionally offered training on the 7 Easy Tricks to get an Correct Blood Strain Measurement and entry to a CPR tutorial video. A heart-healthy lunch was served by the corporate’s hospitality crew and Chef Josh Hill.
“In keeping with the Facilities for Illness Management and Prevention (CDC), we all know that almost half of American adults have hypertension,” mentioned Tom Schwieterman, MD, MBA, chief medical officer, Midmark. “Due to its centrality in care, it’s important that blood stress assessments are correct with a view to correctly diagnose and deal with hypertension—a serious threat issue for coronary coronary heart illness. At Midmark, we’re within the enterprise of healthcare, not only for our clients, however for our teammates, and need to equip our teammates with the information of heart problems and managing their blood stress.”
“Whilst we live in a world turned the wrong way up by COVID-19, primarily based on knowledge offered by the CDC, Individuals are about 50 p.c extra more likely to die from coronary heart illness and stroke than COVID-19,” added Schwieterman.
To study extra about coronary heart illness in girls, go to Midmark Go Pink for Girls. You may additionally go to Erin Hyatt’s website in the course of the Girls of Impression marketing campaign to make a donation to the American Coronary heart Affiliation.
Midmark Company is the one medical environmental design firm that permits a greater care expertise for the medical, dental and animal well being markets. With practically 2,000 teammates worldwide, Midmark focuses on harmonizing medical room design, expertise and workflows, creating a greater expertise for suppliers and sufferers on the level of care. Based in 1915 and headquartered within the larger Dayton, Ohio, space, Midmark maintains manufacturing services and administrative places of work in Versailles, Ohio, with eight further areas in america in addition to subsidiaries in India and Italy. To study extra about Midmark, go to midmark.com.
Eric VanHoose of Midmark attends BP screening in Versailles with Sabina Mescher, RN.
Go Pink crew members supporting Midmark Put on Pink Day and Erin Hyatt’s Girls of Impression marketing campaign, left to proper are, Susan Kaiser, Erin Klotzbach Hyatt, Sabina Mescher R.N., Dr. Tom Schwieterman, Jared Pottkotter, Kylie Gilberg, Teresa Grieshop and Dustin Shadoan, RN.