Memorial Medical Center Donates Hospital Beds to Overseas Medical Mission
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Written by Patrick Bradley

September 11, 2019

Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center this week donated 25 hospital beds that are no longer used by the medical center to the Father Isaac Foundation, a Niagara Falls-based charity that supports the provision of free medical care to impoverished areas of sub-Saharan Africa, especially Nigeria.

A workgroup from the Father Isaac Foundation spent Monday afternoon packing the beds into a truck for ground transport to New York City. From there they will be sent by cargo ship to Nigeria.

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