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Coronavirus (COVID-19): check here for visitor policy, what to do if you're sick, and more.

How You Can Help During COVID-19

March 23, 2020

We are Asking for Personal Protective Equipment Donations

Baystate Health is asking for donations of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) from all available sources. Learn more about how you can help below.

What is Personal Protective Equipment?

PPE is specialized clothing or equipment that protects our employees against health and safety hazards.

We are asking for donations of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) from all available sources, including gloves, gowns, surgical masks, face shields, goggles, and N95 masks. Please note: at this time, we are not able to accept hand sewn masks.

Please download this flyer for more information on the supplies we need. We encourage you to reference this flyer to help promote donations of these vital supplies.

NOTE: Baystate Health will determine whether the supplies donated can be utilized by our clinicians.

How to Donate Personal Protective Equipment

What else can you do to help?

Give to Baystate Health Foundation

If you would like to help during these uncertain times, please consider a donation to the Baystate Health Fund for greatest needs. This fund provides resources that can be put to use immediately where the need is greatest and where your donation can do the most good.

We greatly appreciate all donations and thank you for your commitment to keeping our patients, providers and community well and safe.

Follow Social Distancing Guidelines

The CDC and local health authorities recommend putting distance between yourself and other people while COVID-19 is spreading in your community. "Social distancing" not only protects you, it also protects our healthcare workers by reducing the influx of sick patients. Learn more about current Massachusetts guidelines.

Learn more at BaystateHealth.Org/Covid19.