SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. – The Wesley Foundation, the philanthropic arm for The Wesley Community, today announced that it is the recipient of a $1,320 grant from The Adirondack Trust Company Community Fund.
The grant, which is designed to serve Wesley Health Care Center’s long-term care residents, supports the purchase of two Prothrombin Time/International Normalized Ratio Control Clinical Monitoring Machines. The equipment will assist the clinical care teams at Wesley Health Care Center in providing medical services to residents who are receiving anticoagulant medication.
“The Wesley Health Care Center is dedicated to providing state-of-the-art medical care and these machines will only enhance that level of service,” said The Wesley Community CEO Brian Nealon. “This medical equipment will allow our compassionate clinical staff to better serve our many long-term residents taking blood thinner medication. We are extremely grateful for this generous grant from The Adirondack Trust Company Community Fund.”
The Wesley Health Care Center is part of The Wesley Community, a 36-acre continuum of care campus in Saratoga Springs, which provides independent and enriched living, affordable independent senior housing, short-term rehabilitation and long-term care, as well as outpatient therapies for individuals of all ages.
For more information about The Wesley Community, visit www.thewesleycommunity.org.
About The Wesley Community
The Wesley Community is a 36-acre, non-profit agency in Saratoga Springs, NY. Sponsored by United Methodist Health and Housing, Inc., The Wesley Community’s unique continuum of care community provides market rate and affordable housing for independent seniors, enriched living apartments for seniors who desire additional support, short-term rehabilitation and long-term nursing care, as well as outpatient therapies for people of all ages.