Hand hygeine project

  • Thursday, July 25, 2013


In conjunction with The Education Foundation, an initiative of the Charleston Chamber of Commerce, Woodland High School students are tackling a school project on hand hygiene. Summerville Medical Center (SMC) donated 5 hand hygiene dispensers to Woodland High School teachers recently. SMC worked with GE on a national pilot program for hand washing tracking. From left, Larry Thoennes, Lynn Singleton, Christine Johnson, Dianne McCracken, Megan Riley, Meredith Millen.


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