LINCOLN, Neb. (Bryan Well being) – In the course of the pandemic, people and companies from throughout the area generously donated gadgets to assist Bryan Well being reply to COVID-19. Early on, private protecting gear was particularly wanted.
In March of 2020, Iron Brush Tattoo donated 29,000 surgical gloves to the workers at Bryan Well being. The next day, a promise was made at Bryan Well being’s every day press briefing.
“To the great people at Iron Brush Tattoo. After we get by this, I don’t at present have one, however I’m coming in to get a tattoo,” stated Bob Ravenscroft, vp of development and chief improvement officer at Bryan Well being.
Bob Ravenscroft’s tattoo promise throughout a Bryan Well being press briefing in March 2020.
After two lengthy years, with COVID-19 instances and hospitalizations at low ranges, it was time to satisfy the pledge.
On Wednesday, March 2, Ravenscroft stopped by Iron Brush Tattoo and bought his ink. The design of the tattoo represents a two-year journey, Bryan Well being’s pledge to be truthful and trustworthy with the general public and a bible verse depicting what love is and isn’t.
Iron Brush Tattoo refused to take any cash for the tattoo. As an alternative, they re-gifted the cost and requested Bryan Well being to purchase nurses a beer and thank them for his or her care. Final week, Ravenscroft hand-delivered reward playing cards from an area brewery to nursing items at each Bryan East Campus and Bryan West Campus.
“The honour of working with all of our workers the final two years beneath beforehand unimaginable circumstances was awe inspiring and completely unbelievable,” Ravenscroft stated. “I hope they take pleasure in this gesture on behalf of Iron Brush Tattoo and all of us at Bryan.”
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