Trident Health Participates in Trident United Way Day of Caring

  • Monday, September 10, 2012

Trident United Way held its Day of Caring on Friday Sept. 7. Pictured is Trident Health employees donating several school supplies and over 300 medical scrubs to the North Charleston High health science department.


North Charleston, S.C./ September 4, 2012 – For the 11th straight year, Trident Health employees will be participating in the Trident United Way Day of Caring.  On Friday, September 7th, over 50 employees will be volunteering their time with four different projects. Day of Caring provides the opportunity for volunteers from around the Tricounty to assist community enrichment agencies and schools by working on one-time service projects. A list of our projects is below.

“At Trident Health our employees are committed to helping our community and schools year around. This day allows all local businesses and service organizations to work together to not only complete a service project, but to highlight the need for the continued support our community deserves,” said Susan Burroughs, Associate Chief Operating Officer, Trident Medical Center.

North Charleston High SchoolSeptember 7, Noon

Trident Health will be presenting N. Charleston High School with donated items including: medical scrubs for  health science department  students and school supplies.

Girl Scouts of Eastern South Carolina, September 7, 9:30 a.m.; Three Mile Road, Cordesville, SC 29434

Volunteers will spend the day pressure washing and painting the barn, dining hall and cabins.

Rollings Middle School of the Arts Project, September 7, 8:00 a.m.; 815 S. Main St. Summerville, SC  29483   

Volunteers will be planting shrubs and other flowers around campus, paint the gym and bleachers. We will also be replacing ceiling tiles in a hallway.

Trident Literacy Association, September 7th, 9:00 a.m.;  5416 Rivers Avenue, North Charleston

Volunteers will be painting a 4,000 square foot classroom and office space. 

Trident Health is an HCA health system comprised of two acute care hospitals – Trident Medical Center and Summerville Medical Center – as well as Moncks Corner Medical Center. The Joint Commission recently named Trident Health to their list of the nation’s top hospitals for quality and safety. In 2011, Trident Health provided almost $45 million in charity and uncompensated care and contributed $38 million in taxes. Accredited by The Joint Commission, Trident Health is committed to providing quality health services along with wellness information and opportunities to the communities it serves. For more information about Trident Health, please visit our website at www.tridenthealthsystem.com or call 843.797.7000.

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