Nanticoke Leadership along with volunteers from The Look-In Glass Shoppe announce money raised from sales will go to new fetal monitoring system for Nanticoke Memorial Hospital's Mother and Baby Care Unit.
March 20, 2013

The Look-In Glass Shoppe is pleased to announce a very special delivery.  Jean Baldwin, Volunteer Services Director and Gift Shop Manager along with Steven Rose, President/CEO of Nanticoke Health Services and Renee’ Morris, Executive Director of the Nanticoke Foundation announced that all proceeds from gift sales will be used toward the purchase of a new fetal monitoring system for Nanticoke Memorial Hospital’s Mother and Baby Care Unit.    The new system will assist in promoting positive outcomes by providing a more complete picture of the mother and baby during labor and delivery and enhancing the coordination of care between the physicians and nursing.    

“We are so pleased to be able to designate funds to the new fetal monitoring system,” said Ms. Baldwin.  “Volunteers spend hundreds and hundreds of hours operating the hospital gift shop.  It is so rewarding to them to know their hard work is helping the mothers and babies in our community.”

Nanticoke Health Services features an award winning, full-service community hospital. Nanticoke Memorial Hospital is ranked number one in Delaware and among America’s Best 100 Hospitals for Critical Care, among the top 5% in the nation for Emergency Medicine for 2012-2013 by HealthGrades, Inc.   Nanticoke has been named one of the Best 100 Places to Work in Healthcare by Becker’s Hospital Review for 2012 and 2013.  Nanticoke Memorial Hospital holds a Level III trauma status and includes an expanding interventional cardiology program. Nanticoke is nationally accredited by the Joint Commission as a Primary Stroke Center and is a Gold Plus Award performer according to the American Heart/American Stroke Association’s Get With The Guidelines®. Nanticoke’s medical staff includes over 120 active staff physicians practicing in 40 different specialties.