The Eva’s Village Medical and Dental Clinic is getting $25,000 in healthcare products from New York-based Henry Schein which will help to expand access to care for the uninsured, homeless, and underinsured individuals.
“Donated medical supplies make a significant impact by allowing us to allocate more resources to treat patients and help us meet increasing demand for services in our community,” Janiene Diaz-Fasano, clinic administrator at the Eva’s Village, said. “We are grateful for the ongoing assistance we receive from Henry Schein Cares.”
Henry Schein, a global healthcare products and services distributor, is making the donations through its Henry Schein Cares Global Product Donation Program. The supplies will be donated over a two-year period.
Eva’s Village, known as the largest anti-poverty organization in New Jersey, served 5,208 people with medical and dental care in 2016.