Jerome’s Humane Society clinic, which cares for all types of animals benefitted from two major dental industry companies. Specifically, Mid Mark Company gifted the majority of the cost of a state-of-the-art digital veterinary x-ray machine to the clinic. Eric Shirley, a senior MidMark came to Jerome from Dayton, Ohio to participate in the Ribbon Cutting in which the town and local Humane Society community, came together to celebrate this acquisition. Additionally, Henry Schein Cares donated to the clinic much needed veterinary supplies. Kevin Upchurch, the Western Regional manager for Henry Schein, also participated in the Ribbon Cutting event.
The Town of Jerome experienced the first ever dental van providing free services for community members. The Brighter Way Institute, headed by Dr. Kris Volcheck, has agreed to provide periodic dental visits to help alleviate the critical oral health issues faced by many Jerome residents.