EKG Machine Donated to Manchester Memorial Hospital
Manchester, KY: On May 28th, Medical Associates of South East Kentucky donated an Electorcardiogram (EKG) machine to the Manchester Memorial Hospital (MMH), to be used on its Mission in Motion mobile unit.
The machine was handed over personally by Neeraj Mahboob, M.D, to Mark Asher, respiratory manager and Hurriyat Ghayyur, marketing, outreach and business development director at the Hospital.
“Manchester Memorial Hospital is committed to extending the healing ministry of Christ to the community. Thus, this donation has come at a very timely moment for us, as we wanted to expand the scope of our heart health screenings for the community, provided free via the MiM unit. Thanks to Dr. Mahboob’s generosity, we can start doing this sooner,” said Ghayyur.
Dr. Mahboob, who has been serving the Clay County community for the past many years, made the donation as soon as he found out that the hospital’s outreach department didn’t have enough funds to purchase a machine on their own. “Having this machine on the hospital’s mobile unit will be beneficial for more people in the community and will do more good.”
The Mission in Motion unit conducts screenings every Tuesday. If you’d like to know the schedule for the unit, or for more information, contact Jeremy Hacker on 606-598-1095.
*published in The Manchester Enterprise