Oak Hill Hospital Donates $11,000 Worth of Computer Equipment to Schools
April 10, 2012
Spring Hill, Florida – Oak Hill Hospital announces that it recently donated $11,000 worth of computer equipment to Hernando County schools. Oak Hill Hospital was able to make thirty-seven computers and 49 flat screen monitors available to the school system from its inventory. The equipment was all examined, prepared and transferred to the school under the direction of Kelli Morton, Oak Hill Hospital Sr. PACS administrator (Picture Archive Communication System).
In a letter of appreciation to Mr. Charles Fribbley, Senior Technical Analyst at Oak Hill Hospital, Dr. Melissa Harts, Director of Technology and Information Services at the Hernando County School Board, said, “It is reassuring to know that in this time of economic uncertainty, we have your organization’s support in helping us to provide resources for our students.”
Photo: Charles Fribbley, Senior Technical Analyst at Oak Hill Hospital, poses with Superintendant Bryan Blavatt on presentation of $11,000 worth of technology equipment. Not pictured - Kelli Morton, who prepared and transferred the equipment to the school system.
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