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Hartman Donates Hearing, Vision Screening Equipment

October 4, 2007
    Dr. I. F. (Frank) Hartman, Class of 1960, recently donated hearing and vision screening equipment to the nursing department of West Virginia Wesleyan College in Buckhannon. The equipment was loaned to the nursing department from Hartman for a number of years before the donation.

    Hartman is a former board of trustee member at Wesleyan and served as the college’s athletic doctor for many years. He is currently the head physician at the college’s Barnhart Memorial Health Center. He has been a longtime professional in Buckhannon, serving as chief of surgery at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Buckhannon and as a general surgeon.

    “The hearing and vision screening equipment has the potential to screen adults and children and are important tools for the nursing students to offer community service,” said Dr. Bonnie J. Smith APRN, BC, FNP, department of Nursing and Student Health Center. “The equipment will be used by our nursing students in October during the fall recess for a planned community service project. Dr. Hartman has served and supported the community in a variety of roles spanning many years. His donation reflects support for community service and provides additional service-learning opportunities for the nursing students at Wesleyan.”



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