Allegan General Hospital gifted $100K for sterilization equipment

Angie Stewart - Print  | 

Allegan (Mich.) General Hospital received a $100,000 donation from The Perrigo Company Charitable Foundation to buy new sterilization machines, according to local news affiliate WWMT.

AGH plans to invest $475,000 to renovate the sterile processing area in its surgery department, which completed 3,405 cases in 2018. Perrigo's funding will support that investment.

Perrigo has donated more than $1 million to AGH in the past decade. The company's North American head of operations is located in Allegan County, Mich.

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