ACRMC receives generous donation from Auxiliary


The Adams County Regional Medical Center (ACRMC) auxiliary has made a generous donation of $27,828 to the hospital to upgrade outdated software systems and kitchen equipment. The funds will be used to purchase new software that will improve patient care and streamline hospital operations in addition to a new refrigerator.

“We are incredibly grateful for the support of the ACRMC auxiliary,” said Alan Bird, Chief Executive Officer of ACRMC. “This donation will allow us to upgrade our software systems and provide our patients with the highest level of care.”

With this upgrade, the Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation department at ACRMC will now be able to offer outpatient services 5 days a week. Previously, hospital staff could only perform services 3 days a week because of the limitations the software put on personnel.

“Our auxiliary is committed to supporting the hospital, staff, and its patients,” said Jude Endicott, President of the ACRMC Auxiliary. “We are proud to make this donation and help improve the overall healthcare experience for our community.”

The funds will also be used to purchase a refrigerator to better serve employees and hospital visitors.

The ACRMC auxiliary is a volunteer-based organization that raises funds for the hospital through various events and fundraisers. The group has a long history of supporting the hospital and has previously donated funds for equipment, renovations, and patient care.

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About Adams County Regional Medical Center

Adams County Regional Medical Center is a 25-bed critical access hospital located near Seaman, Ohio, just 60 miles east of Cincinnati. Adams County Regional Medical Center is a viable and growing state-of-the-art health care facility meeting the needs of Adams County and the surrounding communities, providing a full range of services, including inpatient and outpatient amenities. Adams County Regional Medical Center is Joint Commission certified, focusing on the importance of patient care and organized functions that are essential to providing safe, high-quality care.