We had a blast at Camp!
Thank you, Camp Trach Me Away.
On Saturday, March 25th, Soft Touch Medical supported local Ronald McDonald House Charities in the Red Shoe Run.
Ronald McDonald House has been in the Savannah community for 30 years opening their doors in 1987. This is also the 30th anniversary of the race.
Andrew Hughes, manager of Shipping & Supply Refill recently spoke at the Future Forward 2017 Healthcare Technology conference. He is helping set the stage for moving our industry in the right direction.
Our own Paul Hughes brings
Holiday Cheer to our Atlanta Office.
Soft Touch Medical had a great time at the
2016 Strong Legs 5K in Atlanta.
year our annual company sponsored event had a team of 75 people. What a
great way to stay active and support Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.
Camp Trach Me Away provides a medically fragile camping experience for children living with permanent tracheotomies and ineligible for the many camping programs for disabled and chronically sick children of Georgia.
Soft Touch Medical staff had a great time at the Camp Trach Me Away open house on Oct 9, 2016.
The facility, grounds, and staff were excellent and we hope that our eligible patients will consider applying for the camp opportunity.
We are proud to be a sponsor for such a great event.
Soft Touch Medical is very proud of the work our own Marc Castello has done for this worthy program.
1 in 4 children receiving a heart transplant will need another within the first 5 years. Enduring Hearts works every day to better these odds and improve the lives of heart transplant families. Now, in an effort to raise funding, awareness, and the spirits of families, Enduring Hearts and Always Saturday are teaming up to fill the hearts of 500 heart transplant kids across the country with a songbook called "The Moose & the Golden Spike" featuring Zac Brown Band singer-songwriter and storyteller, John Driskell Hopkins.
It pays to be the right person at the right place and time.
Harold Just, Soft Touch Medical’s Lead Respiratory Therapist, performed the Heimlich maneuver to save a coworker. Another employee was enjoying lunch in the break room with friends when food was lodged in the throat.
Harold was quickly summoned for help and instantly put his skills to work. Harold said ‘it’s just another day as a Respiratory Therapist’.
Choking is the fourth leading cause of accidental death in the United States.
We are all very thankful to have such experienced and humble staff.