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White Coats for Black Lives Matter
By Bristol Health
July 03, 2019
BRISTOL, Conn.—Employees from Total Mechanical Systems. LLC, recently came to Bristol Hospital and presented staff from the hospital’s Beekley Center for Breast Health and Wellness with a generous $5000 donation.
Based in Plainville, the Total Mechanical Systems team said Carrier Corporation also provided support for the gift. Because of the reputation of the Beekley Center—which is a state-of-the-art breast health center with the comforts of a high-end spa—Total Mechanical Systems decided to donate the funds to the center. The gift will benefit Bristol Hospital’s Community Health Project. The goal of the Bristol Community Breast Health Project is to save the lives of women in the greater Bristol area by providing education, awareness and financial assistance to cover the cost of a mammogram.
Established in 2001,Total Mechanical Systems, LLC, serves the entire state with quality air conditioning, heating and plumbing solutions.
Shown at the check presentation included (from left): from Bristol Hospital: Mary Lynn Gagnon, executive director of the Bristol Hospital Development Foundation; Clinical Service Line Director Jeannie Robbins, MSN, RN, NE-BC, RN-BC; radiologist Allen Currier, MD, and Clinical Coordinator/Breast Health Navigator Kathy Albano, BSN, RN, CN-BN. And from Total Mechanical Systems, LLC (from left): Owners Kim and Nick Dell’Aera; General Manager Russell Dillon, and Marketing Manager Traci Wood.
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