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Prism Capital donates medical gear to hospital

Prism Capital Partners this week delivered a stockpile of critical safety gear – discovered in a former environmental control facility storeroom at its ON3 campus – to Hackensack Meridian Health’s Hackensack University Medical Center.

The donation included more than 400 DuPont Tyvek Bacteria suits; more than 500 Kimtec bacterial masks; and in excess of 1,000 personal hygiene kits each containing four masks, latex gloves, a disposable thermometer, hand sanitizer and sterile wipes.

ON3 is the former Hoffmann-La Roche North American headquarters campus, which housed biologic research facilities among other operations.

“When Roche sold us the campus, they left lots of things behind – from artwork, to building materials to biologic research supplies,” noted Prism’s Eugene Diaz, principal partner.

“When we realized the abundance of the protective gear in our possession, we quickly determined that the best way to make good use of these items was to give them to the medical community at a time when supplies are so desperately needed and in short supply. We hope that other similarly situated research properties and companies can do the same thing.”

ON3 is home to the Hackensack Meridian Health Center for Discovery and Innovation, which this month developed a rapid response diagnostic test for COVID-19.

“We are proud that ON3’s growing bio ecosystem is contributing to healthcare advancements at a time when our nation – and globe – needs this type of innovation more than any other time in recent history,” Diaz added.

Prism transported the gear to the loading dock of Hackensack University Medical Center, in adherence with all appropriate restrictions and precautions.

Pictured top: Brian McCarthy, lead building technician and ON3 team member.

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