Looking for a low-cost, high yield green program for your hospital, which will benefit patients and staff alike? Come to University of Maryland Medical Center for a FREE event on March 1st to learn easy changes you can make!
Trailblazer Education Series
University of Maryland Medical Center with BGE—March 1st, 9-11 am
The green initiatives started by hospitals not only reduce our impact on the planet – they can cut costs, create goodwill with the community, and improve employee health and morale!
Which is exactly what University of Maryland Medical Center has done. Last year UMMC made a thorough assessment of its lighting needs and made comprehensive changes:
Turn off lights when not in use, use daylight when it’s sufficient, replace inefficient light bulbs with more efficient ones, install occupancy sensors and photo cell sensors, and establish a baseline to monitor changes. UMMC listened to nurses and implemented a quiet/low light time on patient floors!
Learn from UMMC staff on programmatic issues and hear from Baltimore Gas & Electric on available grants and rebates to implement energy conservation programs.
To learn more, go to http://mdh2e.org/awards-recognition/2011-trailblazer-awards/
To register for this FREE event, please send your name, title, facility name, e-mail, and phone to Englund@son.umaryland.edu. Please RSVP by February 24th.
Attendance is open to all. However, priority will be given to hospital and health care employees when limitations occur.