“It has been a great honor to work with such incredible, hardworking, and dedicated health care professionals,” Patricia Bolling, Director of Operations at Foundation Medical Partners, says about the SolutionHealth staff who have volunteered at the state’s COVID-19 vaccine clinic at Nashua South High School.
Currently, New Hampshire is in Phase 1B of its vaccination distribution plan. They have administered well over 100,000 doses thanks in part to help from SolutionHealth staff who have volunteered to administer vaccines.
Bolling says since the vaccine clinic began at Nashua South High School, at least 64 clinical staff have signed up, from nurses to pharmacists to medical students to providers. “People have been so thankful that we were there and that is what makes this all worth it!” she says.
Hear from our staff who have volunteered to help:
Pam Kenney, RN, of Southern New Hampshire Health Immediate Care, says, “It was AWESOME! The National Guard was so organized, and it was well run!. They are very appreciative of the help. I love working side by side with Nashua Fire Department and National Guard members. It was cold but worth every second to be able to help. People were also so thankful that we were there! I can’t wait to come back.”
Rose Cimini, Manager of Foundation Pediatrics, says, “’I am so proud of them!” referring to all of her pediatric nurses that are rotating through the vaccine clinic on Thursdays and picking up weekend shifts. “I am so grateful to be on a team with such amazing nurses.”
Lianne DiGeese, RN, from Foundation Pediatrics, says, “I can say that this clinic was so well organized. Everyone there were so professional and respectful.”
Christina Souza, RN, from Foundation Pediatrics, says, “I am so thankful for the opportunity to do my part and assist the National Guard with administering COVID-19 vaccines.”