May 24, 2024

Baptist Health Floyd holds first ‘Stuff the Ambulance’

THIS 1000 STUDENTS. AND BAPTIST HEALTH FLOYD IS DOING THEIR PART TO GET TEACHERS BACK TO SCHOOL READY. TODAY THEY HOSTED THEIR FIRST EVER STUFF. THE AMBULANCE. YOU HEARD ME RIGHT. THE AMBULANCE WAS PARKED IN THE HOSPITAL PARKING LOT IN NEW ALBANY. THERE WAS ALSO A FOOD TRUCKS, INFLATABLES AND FACE PAINTING AND THOSE ATTENDING WERE ASKED TO BRING EVERYTHING FROM TISSUES AND HAND SANITIZERS TO MARKERS AND CRAYONS TO GET TEACHERS READY FOR ANOTHER SCHOOL YEAR. ORGANIZERS HOPE TO MAKE THIS AN ANNUAL EVENT. HOPEFULLY IT’S SOMETHING THAT WE CAN CONTINUE ON IN THE FUTURE. JUST SUPPORTING OUR OUR COMMUNITY, GETTING OUR COMMUNITY OUT INVOLVED, MAKING THEM A LITTLE MORE COMFORTABLE COMING TO THE HOSPITAL. IT DOESN’T IT’S NOT ALWAYS A FUN THING. SO TRYING TO MAKE IT FUN FOR OUR COMMUNITY. IT WAS A FUN THING. TODAY I SEE THE PAW PATROL RIGHT THERE BEHIND HER. ALL RIGHT. THE ITEMS WILL BE DELIVERED LATER ON TO

Baptist Health Floyd holds first ‘Stuff the Ambulance’ to help southern Indiana teachers

Baptist Health Floyd is doing their part in getting teachers ready to go back to school.On Saturday, the hospital hosted its first-ever “Stuff the Ambulance.”An ambulance was parked at the hospital’s parking lot in New Albany, Indiana.Those attending the event were asked to bring tissues, hand sanitizer, disinfectant wipes, pencils, crayons, markers, pencil boxes and anything a teacher would need for their classroom to begin the school year.There was also food trucks, inflatables and face painting on site.Event organizers hope to make it an annual event.The items will be delivered to area schools by one of the Baptist Floyd ambulances.

Baptist Health Floyd is doing their part in getting teachers ready to go back to school.

On Saturday, the hospital hosted its first-ever “Stuff the Ambulance.”

An ambulance was parked at the hospital’s parking lot in New Albany, Indiana.

Those attending the event were asked to bring tissues, hand sanitizer, disinfectant wipes, pencils, crayons, markers, pencil boxes and anything a teacher would need for their classroom to begin the school year.

There was also food trucks, inflatables and face painting on site.

Event organizers hope to make it an annual event.

The items will be delivered to area schools by one of the Baptist Floyd ambulances.

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