Masks, isolation gowns and caps
Personal Protective Equipment
Questions? Contact Dane Joslyn at 307.688.1582
Social or physical distancing is the first measure in personal protection;
however, when caring for sick patients healthcare workers also need personal
protective equipment (PPE), which includes face shields, isolation gowns,
masks, and caps that are in short supply all across the United States.
While Campbell County Health is actively conserving the PPE, we also know
that the citizens of Campbell County, Wyoming have huge hearts and want
to help. Therefore, we have partnered with numerous individuals and businesses
in town for materials, supplies and support.
As many of you well know, masks, isolation gowns, caps and other personal
protective equipment (PPE) is in short supply throughout the nation. Masks
are one way to help medical professionals and healthcare providers reduce
exposure. Some will be wearing the N95 respirator style mask, others will
wear the PAPR hood style gear and yet others will wear the handiwork of
our community. The cloth masks will also be used with patients and parents/guardians
or support people (for right now). These masks will be sterilized and
reprocessed for repeat use.
Regardless of the pattern used, all donations will be distributed for use.
Please Note: CCH does ask the community to use the drop sites listed below;
please do not bring them to Campbell County Memorial Hospital or
- Please refrain from making anything if you or anyone in your household
is ill with respiratory symptoms.
- 100% tightly-woven cotton fabric is preferred; the fabric must be prewashed
to prevent shrinkage
- All fabric items will be laundered at very high temperatures and possibly
bleached, therefore, lighter colors are best.
Cloth Face Mask Guidelines
For Each Mask Cut:
- 1 piece of fabric 71/2 x 15”
- 2 piece of bias tape or 2 pieces of fabric 2 ½ x7”
- 2 pieces of elastic 9 ¾ “
- 2 twist ties - Lay flat side by side cover in duct tape if paper covered
wire. Plastic twist ties won't need taped.
Wire twist ties for nose pieces were donated by Albertson’s and Walmart
and can be picked up by crafters and sewers at:
Face masks not made with this pattern are also being accepted and will
be cleaned and distributed to those who can use them.
Please contact Ronda Boller, 307.660.2895 with questions about masks.