RIHEBC funds $66,700 grant for new nurse call light system at Saint Antoine Residence

Pictured from left are Jenn Almeida, RIHEBC school building aid/funds manager; William Murray, RIHEBC board vice chairman; Garrett Sullivan, Saint Antoine Residence executive director; Tammy Summiel, executive director of the Villa and Kim Mooers, RIHEBC executive director.

NORTH SMITHFIELD – On Wednesday, May 3, the Rhode Island Health and Educational Building Corporation visited the Saint Antoine Residence to present a ceremonial $66,700 Capital Grant Program check for the installation of a new nurse call light system.

“At RIHEBC, our mission is to improve the health of Rhode Islanders by helping organizations like Saint Antoine invest in their facilities,” said Kim Mooers, Executive Director of RIHEBC. “We’re pleased to present this $66,700 Capital Grant Program check to the Saint Antoine Residence for the installation of a new nurse call light system that will serve as a critical communication link between residents and caregivers.”

“On behalf of the entire Saint Antoine Community, I want to thank RIHEBC for providing this grant funding to allow us to install a critical new nurse light call system at our skilled nursing facility” said Garrett Sullivan, executive director of the Saint Antoine Residence.

“The new system will help ensure that our nurses are aware when residents are experiencing an issue they need assistance with,” said Sullivan. “We deeply appreciate RIHEBC’s support in helping us meet our mission of providing quality, compassionate care to our residents.”

The Rhodes Avenue assisted living and rehabilitative care facility is a healthcare ministry of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Providence.

Print Friendly, PDF & Email

Oh hi there 👋
It’s nice to meet you.

Sign up to receive awesome content in your inbox, every week.

We don’t spam!

Leave a Reply