Volunteers for Marshall Medical North used money earned from fundraisers and gift shop sales to buy a whole new fleet of wheelchairs for the hospital.

Wheelchairs used at hospital entrances were aging and breaking down.

Volunteers are very familiar with the situation because they frequently push patients through the hospital if they have difficulty walking.

When one volunteer had to transport a patient from the front to the back of the hospital in a chair with no footrests, they decided to take action to improve the situation.

“I just want to say 'Thank you!' to the Auxiliary for purchasing wheelchairs for Marshall Medical Centers; not only for our hospital, but for the community and patients we serve,”

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