Cuero Regional Hospital Volunteers Donate State-of-the-art Recliners for CRH Patient Rooms
Cuero, Texas: Cuero Regional Hospital Volunteers recently donated five sleep recliner chairs to Cuero Regional Hospital for use in its patient rooms. The chairs, made by Wieland, feature a zero turn radius with brake, folding table, retractable foot rest and push bar, as well as a sleep design that locks easily into place and can accommodate up to 500 pound weight capacity.
“The comfort of both our patients and their families while in our care is very important to us. These state-of-the-art sleep recliner chairs feature full ergonomic support at any position, as well as a foot rest, side table, and fully reclining feature with all controls thoughtfully placed to be reachable by both our staff and the user, creating a relaxing area in our patient rooms,” said Judy Krupala, Chief Nursing Officer at Cuero Regional Hospital.
“The volunteers at Cuero Regional Hospital are not only generous with donating their time, but also with gifts to the hospital that in turn greatly serve our patients, such as these new sleep recliner chairs. We are very blessed to have their support to continue to provide a comfortable setting for both our patients and their families,” said Lynn Falcone, CEO of Cuero Health.
Both CRH Volunteers and staff gathered for a photo to commemorate the donation of the recliners. Pictured from left to right are: Sheila Yancey (CRH nurse), Candy Henderson (CRH Volunteer Historian), Bonnie Wheeler (CRH Volunteer President), Jessica Maciel (CRH nurse) and Nancy Stefka (CRH Volunteer Recording Secretary).
Cuero Regional Hospital is located at 2550 N. Esplanade in Cuero, Texas and offers an ED- Level IV Trauma Center, on-staff General Surgeon, and a TeleStroke program. For more information, please visit www.cuerohospital.org or call (361) 275-6191.