BMS Employees Donate Parent Activity Bags

Our thanks to employees from Bristol-Myers Squibb (BMS), who donated parent activity bags as well as children’s wagons to the Child Life Program at The Bristol-Myers Squibb Children’s Hospital (BMSCH) last week. The wagons will allow our young patients to cruise with ease through the hallways during their stay as well as aid staff in bringing toys and other items between the storage room, playroom, and patient rooms. The parent activity bags are also a nice treat for parents, who often place all of their energy and attention on their sick child – providing Mom and Dad with a little cheer and comfort can go a long way too. Thank you to BMS for your generosity! Shown here from left to right are Kate Busch, BMSCH Child Life Specialist; Allison Adamousky, Sr. Pharmacovigilance (PV) Scientist, BMS; Theresa Gilbert, Senior Project Coordinator/Executive Associate, BMS; and Michael Wargo, Director of Corporation and Foundation Relations for the RWJ University Hospital Foundation.

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