Ampronix Donates Medical Face Shields to St. Joseph Orange

Monday, April 13, 2020

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Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, many Ampronix customers and local hospitals have inquired about the company’s ability to source face masks and face shields.

One need that stood out most to executives at Ampronix was the need for medical face shields at St. Joseph Orange hospital. Although there have been global shortages of this necessity, Ampronix had the ability to utilize its resources and successfully purchased 1,000 medical face shields. In March, a team of Ampronix employees made the delivery to the hospital.

Female healthcare worker stands in full personal protective equipment outside a car window preparing to test a patient for COVID-19.

Example of how Face Shields are being used to Fight COVID-19 via drive up testing.

Healthcare workers unpack cardboard boxes of plastic face shields in a meeting room.

St. Joseph’s Orange Medical Staff shown sorting face shields.

Because of donation of desperately needed face shields, St. Joseph Orange doctors and nurses have been better protected.

Ampronix’s CEO Aladdin Doroudi (left) and Ampronix’s R & D Manager Ali Al-Botaif (right) personally deliver 1,000 face shields.

Additionally, Ampronix has started selling an FDA Approved Medical Device that is able to be used for COVID-19 ICU Screening.

Ampronix, which specializes in medical imaging technology, service, and repair for customers in 138 countries for more than 38 years, remains operational during the crisis and is fully capable to support new sales or service requests.

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Category: COVID-19