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EMS receives grant

By Staff | Sep 12, 2014


The Heart of America Medical Center was awarded a grant in the amount of $57,925.56 by the North Dakota Department of Emergency Services. The fiscal year 2014 Homeland Security Grant Program will provide funds to allow the hospital to improve the security of the facility by adding a security camera surveillance system and a controlled entry door access program.

Additional funds of the grant will be used to improve security on the hospital’s computer network and email system. The grant was co-authored by Ken Reed, director of EMS; Scott Craun, environmental services director; and Rich Feast, director of information technologies.

“We are excited to be able to make these improvements that will result in a safer environment for our patients, our employees and the public,” Reed said.


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