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Rutter's makes donation to Chambersburg Hospital to help the littlest patients
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa.-- Caption: (L to R) Todd Rutter, president of Rutter's Dairy, Laura Carbaugh, manager of the Rutter's located on Route 11 in Chambersburg, and Tim Rutter, president of M&G Realty, met with Sherri Stahl, Senior Vice President of Hospital Services for Summit Health and Caron Thomas, Clinical Manager of the Maternal Child Health department at Chambersburg Hospital on Wednesday, August 14 to see the hospital's new GE Healthcare Panda Warmer and Resuscitation Center that was purchased using a grant from Rutter's Children's Charities.
"This equipment will be so helpful in caring for our newborns," Stahl said. "It provides a comfortable, warm area for babies to be examined, and monitored after birth. It also is carries important life-saving equipment in case that need arises. We are so grateful for the generous donation made by Rutter's Children's Charities."
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