Knoxville, TN (March 8, 2017) – Dr. John’s Medical Solutions is delivering over $7,000 worth of durable medical supplies to East Tennessee Technology Access Center (ETTAC). This is Dr. John’s first involvement with ETTAC with many more contributions to come. “Our goal is to support ETTAC whenever we can. In the normal course of doing business, we accumulate a variety of unused but very serviceable medical equipment and supplies. We will continue to provide these spares and overstocked items to ETTAC moving forward”, said Burke Mays, President and CEO of Dr. John’s. “We want to be a good corporate citizen and give back at every opportunity.”
ETTAC is working hard to provide needed medical equipment and services to those who need it the most. “Dr. John’s Medical Solutions is helping the East Tennessee Technology Access Center help the citizens of East Tennessee with a donation of durable medical equipment. This donation will help us provide wheelchairs, walkers, rollators and more to people in our community” said Mary Thom Adams, Executive Director. Ms. Adams went on to say “We receive many calls a week from people who have a critical need for equipment for themselves or a family member. Often receiving the equipment is the only thing that will enable them to live at home following a hospital stay. We are grateful for the support of the team at Dr. John’s Medical Solutions.”
About Dr. John’s Medical Solutions
Dr. John's Medical Solutions, a Franklin, Tennessee company, provides bundled healthcare, including sleep apnea management and telehealth services for workers and their families. Dr. John’s operates in every state and brings next generation medical services to the patient where and when needed.
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The East Tennessee Technology Access Center (ETTAC) is a regional nonprofit agency that helps people with disabilities gain knowledge about and access to assistive technology devices. These devices help people with disabilities gain education and employment skills, perform activities of daily living, and lead more independent, productive lives. ETTAC's assistive technology equipment is used for assessment and training, and some devices may also be available for loan. www.ettac.com or call 865-219-0130