Driscoll donates monitors to Flour Bluff ISD

CORPUS CHRISTI – Driscoll Children’s Hospital donated 40 22-inch computer monitors to the Flour Bluff Independent School District.

The monitors became available after Epic, a healthcare software company used for patient care, changed the minimum screen requirement from 22 inches to 24 inches, said Paul Sanderford, IT Helpdesk Manager at Driscoll Children’s Hospital.

“Driscoll is happy to be donating these monitors to a school system, where they can be used to educate others,” said Sanderford.

Scott Rousslang, Tech Specialist for Flour Bluff Independent School District (from left), Joseph Gonzales, District Server Tech for Flour Bluff Independent School District, and Paul Sanderford, IT Helpdesk Manager at Driscoll Children’s Hospital, transfer the 40 22-inch computer monitors that Driscoll Children’s Hospital donated to the Flour Bluff Independent School District.