Memorial Health System, HSHS St. John's Hospital and HSHS Medical Group, Springfield Clinic, SIU Medicine and Hospital Sisters Mission Outreach will be accepting community donations related to the COVID-19 supply shortage for Sangamon County only at this time.
The donations can include boxed, unused surgical type masks (including N95 masks); clean handmade, sewn masks; unused, wrapped or boxed gowns and exam gloves; hand sanitizer; bleach wipes and alcohol wipes to help with the national shortage during the COVID-19 outbreak. If you would like to make masks, please use:
DONATION DRIVE FOR MEDICAL SUPPLIES AND HOMEMADE MASKS
MHS, HSHS, Springfield Clinic and SIU Medicine are accepting donations of medical supplies.
Springfield: Hospital Sisters Mission Outreach is accepting donations of medical supplies from the community on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 1-4pm at 4930 LaVerna Road.
Lincoln: ALMH is accepting donations Monday through Friday from 7am-3pm at 200 Stahlhut Drive. No drop-off appointment is required; donors may simply ring the entryway bell and someone will meet them to accept the materials. For questions, contact Peggy Routson (Routson.Peggy@mhsil.com).
Decatur: DMH is accepting donations Monday through Friday from 8am-5pm. and weekends by appointment. No drop-off appointment is required on weekdays, so donors may simply stop by 2300 N. Edwards Street. For questions, contact Dave Samples (Samples.David@mhsil.com).
Passavant: PAH donations will be brought to 1600 West Walnut Street. As this is a secured site, donors will need to contact Pam Martin at email@example.com coordinate the drop-off in advance.
Taylorville: Donations go to HSHS Medical Group Multispecialty Care at 1304 W. Burnett Drive Monday through Friday 8am-5pm. For questions, contact Melissa Thomas (Thomas.Melissa@mhsil.com).
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