FULTON – Residents and staff at Michaud Residential Health Services will “Go Red for Women” as part of the American Heart Association’s annual initiative. Residents and staff alike will be participating in the upcoming “Wear Red” Day on February 6.
The Michaud Resident Council in now in the midst of a “Go Red” pin sale.
Council members Roxanne Stuart and Barb Lyons have been selling the pins to help raise awareness about heart disease and strokes in women, with proceeds going to the American Heart Association.
Pins are $2 each and will be available until the 6th.
Located in the city of Fulton, with convenient access to SR 481, Michaud Residential Health Services is a not-for-profit, non-denominational organization providing healthcare services to the greater Oswego County community. To meet the evolving healthcare needs of our community, Michaud is dedicated to helping the people we serve live to their maximum potential and promote dignity of life throughout all of its stages.
Michaud provides both residential skilled nursing and physical/occupational rehabilitation services, caring for 89 residents daily. Michaud also offers specialized services including Infusion Therapy and Wound VAC Therapy.
Michaud is a part of the St. Luke Family of Caring, an affiliation of community-based, not-for-profit healthcare providers serving the greater Oswego County area. Affiliates include Michaud in Fulton, St. Luke Health Services and Bishop’s Commons Enriched Living Residence in Oswego.