NRMC Auxiliary provides charging stations


Nevada Regional Medical Center (NRMC) Auxiliary recently donated two large wall-mounted charging stations for hospital waiting areas. They were designated to be placed in the waiting areas of admissions and the emergency department at NRMC. The stations include USB chargers for various types of mobile devices.

"The Auxiliary is proud to be able to enhance the experience of our hospital guests," said Bruce Haberkorn, Auxiliary board treasurer. "The charging stations are often needed by those individuals in the waiting rooms. They may have come in a hurry, or unprepared for the length of their visit. Having the ability to quickly charge and use a personal device can be a comforting distraction from stress or boredom in the waiting room."

The NRMC Auxiliary is a non-profit organization comprised of dues-paying members who also volunteer at the hospital. The group raises funds, mainly through their gift shop and fundraising sales, to support patient care at NRMC. Recent donations include items such as surgery recovery cough pillows, newborn photography equipment, modern televisions for the sleep center, and many more.


About Nevada Regional Medical Center
Serving a six-county area since 1937, Nevada Regional Medical Center is a 71-bed acute, intensive and skilled care hospital. Nevada Regional Medical Center has earned recognition as a respected regional medical center for its comprehensive health care services, skilled and caring employees and state-of-the-art medical technology. Staff represent more than a dozen medical specialties, including family practice, women’s services, neurology, urology, psychiatry, orthopedics, wound care services, and general, vascular, thoracic and oncological surgery. Additionally, consultation clinics are held regularly by specialists in oncology, pulmonology, podiatry, ear, nose, and throat and cardiology.  To learn more, visitor

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