ivWatch Adopts Four Families For The Holidays

ivWatch is committed to improving the lives of others both in and outside of our office. We are proud of our team’s dedication to giving back through the ivWatch Cares Program.

ivWatch continued their annual holiday tradition to support Transitions Family Violence Services, a non-profit organization focused on helping battered women and children rebuild their lives after leaving their violent situations.

In the spirit of supporting our community, ivWatch adopted four families from the Transitions community this holiday season. Our employees generously donated 32 gifts, bringing a little joy to these families during a difficult time.

ivWatch Adopts Families for the Holidays

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ivWatch Employees Participate in American Red Cross Blood Drive

ivWatch is committed to improving the lives of others both in and outside of our office. We are proud of our team’s dedication to giving back through the ivWatch Cares Program.

The ivWatch Cares team and the National Institutes of Aerospace hosted a blood drive to support The American Red Cross.

The American Red Cross mission is to prevent and relieve suffering around the world. Individuals and organizations can save hundreds of lives for those in need by hosting blood drives.

Over 20 ivWatch and National Institute of Aerospace employees rolled up their sleeves to help others by participating in the drive.

ivWatch Employees Blood Drive

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ivWatch Cares Packs Toiletries for Ronald McDonald House Charities of Norfolk

ivWatch is committed to improving the lives of others both in and outside of our office. We are proud of our team’s dedication to giving back through the ivWatch Cares Program.

The ivWatch Cares team donated toiletries to support families at the local Ronald McDonald House in Norfolk VA.

Ronald McDonald House Charities serve families who must travel far from home with a sick child. The Ronald McDonald House in Norfolk provides over 1,000 families annually with a place to stay, comfort, support and resources while their child is in the hospital.

Many families don’t have basic necessities when they come to the house, so ivWatch employees donated enough toiletries to support fifty families with hospitalized children.

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In the News: ivWatch and myIV.com on WTKR’s Coast Live

ivWatch Chief Nursing Officer on WTKR’s Coast Live
ivWatch’s Susan Brown educated viewers about patient empowerment and IV care and risks. The morning show segment included information about how the ivWatch device detects IV infiltrations early and ways current and future hospital patients can prepare for this common but often overlooked procedure.
View the full segment here.

ivWatch Cares Creates Birthday Boxes For Children in Women’s Crisis Center

ivWatch is committed to improving the lives of others both in and outside of our office. We are proud of our team’s dedication to giving back through the ivWatch Cares Program.

The ivWatch Cares team put together birthday boxes for children at Avalon Center, a local women’s crisis center.

Avalon Center is working to end domestic and sexual violence by breaking the cycle of abuse through prevention, education, shelter and support services in the greater Williamsburg and Middle Peninsula areas of Virginia.

Children often have birthdays while they are at Avalon. When they do, a birthday box is donated to the family to help celebrate the child’s birthday. ivWatch employees enjoyed filling birthday boxes with everything from cake mix to gift cards and decorations.

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World Pediatric Project adds Gary Warren to Executive Board of Directors

October 25, 2017 – ivWatch announces that Gary Warren, President and CEO of ivWatch, LLC has recently been added to the World Pediatric Project (WPP) Executive Board of Directors. Mr. Warren brings extensive executive experience in developing and managing high-growth technology and venture-backed private companies to the Executive Board.

Mr. Warren and the other members of the WPP Executive Board share a passion for bringing advanced technology to underserved areas. Access to the latest medical devices and technology, combined with the talent and commitment of the WPP volunteer doctors, surgeons, and nurses, allows WPP to help thousands of children each year. As a part of the newly structured executive board, Mr. Warren will help oversee operations and financials of WPP.

“It is an honor to be a part of this well-established organization”, says Gary Warren, ivWatch President & CEO. “My goal is to expand recognition for WPP beyond its current base of supporters. The countries and families served by WPP need access to the type of healthcare and surgery we expect and see as ‘basic’ here in the United States. This access could not be more immediate in many areas WPP serves due to the recent destruction caused by hurricanes and flooding.”

ivWatch supported a surgical mission to St. Vincent and the Grenadines in 2016. The company was able to send a number of its medical devices to be used during and after surgery. The ivWatch Model 400 is a continuous monitoring system that allows clinicians to better manage the risk of IVs by providing early detection of infiltration and extravasation, when fluid leaks outside of the vein.

“We are thrilled to have Gary join our Executive Board of Directors,” says Susan Rickman, CEO of World Pediatric Project. “It’s an exciting time for our organization as we launch and begin to roll out our most recent strategic initiative, Transformation2023. Gary’s experience and insight will help us achieve our goal of healing more children, sooner.”

World Pediatric Project’s Tranformation2023 includes:

  • Accelerating WPP’s effective outreach twice as fast with 3,000 or more children helped 7 years sooner
  • Cumulatively reaching 13,000 children benefiting from 36,000 procedures within 7 years
  • Financial contributions of $45 million delivering $206 million in pediatric specialist care

For more information on World Pediatric Project or to donate, please visit: https://www.worldpediatricproject.org/

About World Pediatric Project
World Pediatric Project is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to healing critically ill children and building healthcare capacity in the world. Founded in 2001, WPP mobilizes pediatric diagnostic and surgical teams to low resource countries in the Caribbean and Central America and brings children to partner hospitals in the United States for care. For more information, visit worldpediatricproject.org or call 804-282-8830. Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.

MEDIA CONTACT: Jason Kenney, jkenney@worldpediatricproject.org, Office (804)-282-8830

About ivWatch:
ivWatch, LLC is the leading medical device manufacturer and biosensor technology company focused on improving patient safety and the effectiveness of intravenous therapy. Our dedicated and passionate team is focused on our company vision of eliminating patient harm caused by infiltrations and extravasations. Through our innovative monitored IV solutions, we help minimize the risks associated with adverse IV events. Follow us on Twitter @ivWatch or Facebook @ivWatchLLC. https://www.ivwatch.com/

MEDIA CONTACT: Amara Betoney, amara.betoney@ivwatch.com, Direct (757) 224-2606, Office (855) 489-2824 x7007, Mobile (757) 660-4949

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