Mary McClellan Foundation 2018 Grant Recipients

The Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation at Hoosick Falls (Southwestern Vermont Health Care) received $15,000 to purchase equipment for reducing patient falls in the shower and when transitioning from a wheelchair into a bed or stationary chair.

The Retired & Senior Volunteer Program of Warren and Washington Counties (RSVP) was awarded $10,700 in continued support for its medical transportation program in Southern Washington County and toward the Osteobusters program.

The Cambridge Valley Rescue Squad was awarded $20,540 to purchase ambulance equipment, training manikins, and tuition for advanced training and education.

The Easton-Greenwich Rescue Squad was awarded $20,000 toward the purchase of a new ambulance.

The Greenwich First Responders (Greenwich Fire Department) received $2,993 to replace consumables for their Automatic External Defibrillators (AEDs).

Southwestern Vermont Health Care received $15,000 to purchase equipment for their new Physical Therapy suite at Twin Rivers Medical in Hoosick Falls.

Glens Falls Hospital will receive a third installment of $20,000 toward repayment of medical school loans as part of an arrangement to retain doctors in the Greenwich Regional Medical Center.

The Salem Rescue Squad was awarded $20,000 to purchase an SUV to be used by the Mobile Health Program and for personnel transport.

The Cambridge Family Health Center was awarded $6,521 to purchase a NuStep recumbent cross trainer machine for their patients.

The Warren-Washington Association for Mental Health was awarded $7,300 to fund Caleo Counseling Services. This money will allow open access to medical health care for patients who cannot afford to pay for services.

The Greenwich Regional Medical Center received $19,202 for a stocked ENT Physician Assistant’s cart. This award will also fund McKenzie Part C continuing education tuition for their Physical Therapists.

The Town of Hoosick Rescue Squad received $12,695 to outfit their ambulances with ZOLL AED Plus units.

The Village of Cambridge received an award of $1,956 to purchase a ZOLL AED Plus for the village offices.

To see past grantees, visit our Grant Recipient Archives