White River Medical Center Donation to Nursing Education

From Left; Gary L. Bebow, FACHE WRHS CEO; Tammy Gavin, RN, FACHE, WRMC Chief Clinical Officer; Deborah Frazier, UACCB Chancellor, Marietta Candler, UACCB Nursing Division Chair From Left; Gary L. Bebow, FACHE, WRHS CEO; Tammy Gavin, RN, FACHE, WRMC Chief Clinical Officer; Ruby Johnson, Chair Allied Health, Ozarka; Chris Lorch, Associate VP of Academics, Ozarka College

(Batesville, Ark.) - White River Medical Center (WRMC) recently donated Intravenous (IV) Infusion pumps to the University of Arkansas Community College (UACCB) at Batesville and Ozarka College in Melbourne. The pumps, which are used by hospitals to deliver important medications, nutrients, and other fluids to patients in controlled amounts, will be used as educational tools in the colleges’ nursing programs. In the first photo, left to right, are Gary Bebow, White River Health System  CEO; Tammy Gavin, WRMC Chief Clinical Officer; Deborah Frazier, UACCB Chancellor; and Marietta Candler, Division of Nursing and Allied Health Division Chair at UACCB. In the second photo, left to right, are Bebow, Gavin, Ruby Johnson, Allied Health Division Chair at Ozarka, and Chris Lorch, Associate VP of Academics at Ozarka.