Quotient Makes 'Heartfelt' Donation to Improve Newborn Safety

Quotient is impacting newborn lives in one of our local communities through a meaningful donation to the American Heart Association. 

Our recent grant provides infant CPR training kits to the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) at St. Elizabeth Healthcare in Cincinnati, Ohio, where Quotient has two offices. The kits help train parents and caregivers in lifesaving skills as the pandemic continues to limit the number of hands-on healthcare educational programs. 

Learn more about our corporate philanthropy program, Quotient for Change. 

Enabling Educational Programs Drives Long-Term Benefits

Infant CPR is a more complex process than what is provided to older children and adults. The donation allows for increased education so that newborns are discharged to safer home environments.

“With these kits, families are able to learn what they need to and then go home with the kit and [share] it with the babysitter, grandma, grandpa, anyone who will be coming in contact with the infant.”
—Alyson Poling, VP of development, American Heart Association

Quotient is thankful to be able to support the health and safety of our local Cincinnati community—no matter the age of the recipient.

“There's families in need that can't afford something like this, and so we were able to provide the funds to be able to provide it. COVID prompted a lot of need from different families. We thought this would be a way to give back."
—Stacey Martin, Sr Director of Customer Success, Quotient

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