St. Luke’s Hospital receives new defibrillatorPublished 9:59pm Tuesday, December 4, 2012
Recently, St. Luke’s Hospital Emergency Department received a new defibrillator from Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System in recognition of the hospitals’ long-standing relationship to provide a continuum of care to patients in their shared service area.
“We definitely appreciate the new defibrillator,” said Ken Shull, St. Luke’s Hospital CEO. “The HeartStart XL Defibrillator and heart monitor is an excellent and proven tool for emergency response teams. It’s light weight, weighing 14 pounds, and is easy to operate and transport.”
The support and continued relationship between Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System and St. Luke’s Hospital continues to provide exceptional care, close to home.
– article submitted by Jennifer Wilson