In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Crofton Cares has made a gift to the University Hospitals COVID-19 Caregiver Support Fund, created to help defray the unanticipated costs of the health crises. These costs range from extensive patient care and testing, medical supplies and research to providing for the protection, wellness and resilience of University Hospital’s staff.
“During this crisis, we wanted to help our community support UH and its caregivers,” said Michael Southard, co-founder of Crofton Cares. “And the best way to help them is to give them the resources they need to fight this battle.”
“In addition, Crofton’s support will help accelerate important research studies and enhance the safety and wellbeing of our caregivers,” added Daniel I. Simon, MD, Chief Clinical & Scientific Officer, University Hospitals and President, UH Cleveland Medical Center.