National Guard assists Memorial Hospital in COVID-19 relief efforts

The National Guard will be at Memorial Hospital until the end of the year to help with COVID-19 relief efforts.

ROCK SPRINGS – Eight members of the Wyoming National Guard provide much needed assistance to the Sweetwater County Memorial Hospital.

Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon’s Office announced on September 21 that the Governor has activated the Wyoming National Guard to help provide assistance to hospitals facing an increase in COVID-19 patients. Gordon called on about 95 Wyoming National Guard soldiers and air service members to spell out active duty orders. They were assigned to hospitals in 24 different locations in 17 towns in Wyoming.

Sweetwater Memorial is grateful to be one of those places. Airman Basic Bradley Hammond, PFC Braiden Haworth, Army Specialist Zachary Berry, Army Specialist William Romkee, PFC Destiny Britton, Army Specialist Fawn Rush, PFC Mary Rebekah Wilson and PFC Jordan Wuolle have already arrived and will be on site to offer assistance until December 31. .

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They help with transport services to the emergency department, medical / surgical unit and intensive care; door surveillance; dietetic / nutritional services; and facilities, said Amber Fisk, director of human resources.

“We thank the Governor and the Wyoming National Guard for recognizing our need during this pandemic outbreak. We are extremely grateful.

Amber Fisk, Director of Human Resources at MHSC

This is the third time the Sweetwater Memorial has received assistance from the Wyoming National Guard. As of December 4, 2020, 10 members of the Guard have provided welcome relief in several areas. A second group of 10 Guard members were deployed to assist the hospital in late December 2020 and early January 2021.

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