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Missouri Baptist Sullivan Hospital Donates New Treadmill to Sullivan Police Department

Landice Treadmill is Available to Staff in the Fitness Facility at the Station

  • 1 October 2021
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Missouri Baptist Sullivan Hospital Donates New Treadmill to Sullivan Police Department

Missouri Baptist Sullivan Hospital (MBSH) recently donated a Landice treadmill to the Sullivan Police Department, which is available to officers and staff at the station’s fitness facility. The station encourages its personnel to utilize the fitness equipment at its facility to protect both their physical and mental health, especially given the demands and stress of their jobs.

“Exercising is a great way to stay healthy and relieve stress,” said Robin Butts, MBSH Therapy & Wellness Manager. “We hope the officers and station personnel can use this treadmill for exercise or whenever they need to clear their minds. We’re grateful for all they do to help protect our community, so we wanted to do a little something for them in return.”

Jerrod Schlueter, facilities manager at MBSH, helped deliver the treadmill to former Sullivan Police Chief, George R. “Randy” Counts and current Sullivan Police Chief, Patrick Johnson, who were excited for their police station to receive this gift. They know it will get lots of use from their officers and staff.

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