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September 20, 2018

St. Luke Adult Day Health Care Program Hosts Red Cross Blood Drive


OSWEGO – The St. Luke Adult Day Health Care Program hosted a Red Cross Blood Drive, which took place at St. Luke Health Services in Oswego.

St. Luke staff and visitors took part in the blood drive, donating “the gift of life.”

Taking part in a recent Blood Drive hosted by the St. Luke Adult Day Health Care Program at St. Luke Health Services in Oswego is (left to right) Tim Ray of the American Red Cross as he prepares St. Luke’s Vicky Nelson RN, for a blood donation. Staff and visitors from across the organization turned out in support of the annual blood drive.

Taking part in a recent blood drive hosted by the St. Luke Adult Day Health Care Program at St. Luke Health Services in Oswego is (left to right) Tim Ray of the American Red Cross as he prepares St. Luke’s Vicky Nelson RN, for a blood donation. Staff and visitors from across the organization turned out in support of the annual blood drive.

“We are only too happy to support the American Red Cross and the role they play in our community,” noted Sherry Harrison, St. Luke’s ADHC Program Director. “As healthcare providers we know all too well how important it is to have a healthy and reliable blood supply.”

The St. Luke Family of Caring is an affiliation of community-based, not-for-profit healthcare providers serving the greater Oswego County NY area. Affiliates include St. Luke Health Services, Bishop’s Commons Enriched Living Residence, Michaud Residential Health Services and St. Francis Commons Assisted Living Residence.

We are dedicated to helping the people we serve live to their maximum potential and promote dignity of life throughout all of its stages. Services include skilled nursing care; sub-acute short-stay rehabilitation; Adult Day Health Care; enriched living, assisted living and Memory Care.

Together we provide care and services to over 400 people, and employ over 500 in our community.

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