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Maternity Center received blankets made by Oswego High School Interact Club

Hospital news | Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Contact: Marion Ciciarelli

Oswego Health’s Maternity Center staff welcomed members of the Oswego High School Interact Club who recently delivered blankets they had made.

The Interact Club is affiliated with the Oswego Sunrise and Oswego Noon Rotary Clubs and focuses on community service. Making the blankets and then delivering them to Oswego Hospital has become a tradition for the club.

“The Interact club was excited to be part of this project,” said Club Adviser Matthew Bock. “The community involvement was important to all of the members and we know the blankets will be put to great use.”

Maternity Center Director Kim Spurling, RN, said the blankets will be very much appreciated by new families and she thanked the students for their creative efforts.

In the photo’s front row from left are Cynthia Tascarella, Oswego Health Senior Accountant and Sunrise Club secretary/treasurer; Kevin Hill, Sunrise Club president; Kim Spurling, RN, Maternity Center Director and Amanda Carswell, unit secretary. In the back row are Kathryn Pagliaroli, Oswego Health Director of Quality and Patient Safety and Sunrise Club Vice President; Matthew Bock, Club Advisor; Kyle Kon: Allyson Becker, RN; McKinley Thompson; Isabella Sabatini; Zachary Cary; Reagan Thompson and Joshua Thomas.

Oswego Health’s maternity center offers families a comfortable and homey environment, featuring attractive private rooms, each with its own bathroom containing a large soaking tub. This environment is complemented by the latest technology. A caring and knowledgeable staff oversees the entire family's needs throughout the birth experience.

For more information, visit our website at oswegohealth.org. For a tour of the maternity center, please call 315.349.5572.