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Gift from Bayer Crop Science Boosts Local Hospital’s CPR Outreach

April 4, 2019
Reinbeck Courier
BEAMAN - Local businesses and organizations depend on Grundy County Memorial Hospital’s health education programs to provide cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) training to employees. The hospital offers monthly CPR and First Aid classes for the general public, and teaches lifesaving skills to more than 130 people each year. The Bayer Crop Science division in Beaman recently provided funds to the hospital to purchase new adult, child, and infant mannequins as well as AED trainers for the hospital’s CPR classes. Pictured with the new equipment are, from left, Jenna Boren and Travis Williamson of Bayer Crop Science, Jody Lutterman RN and Tasha Opperman RN, who lead CPR instruction for Grundy County Memorial Hospital, and Emily Matney and Sierra Mason of Bayer Crop Science. “The gift from Bayer is appreciated because the new teaching aids allow us to expand class sizes and reach additional members of the public to deliver important life saving instruction,” remarks Lutterman, who along with Opperman, coordinates CPR classes throughout the hospital’s service area. Grundy County Memorial Hospital is a 25-bed critical access hospital affiliated with Grundy County and the UnityPoint Health system.

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