Bolt, Bennett make donation to Nuttall after baby's delivery

Bolt, Bennett make donation to Nuttall after baby's delivery

Wednesday, June 03, 2020

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USAIN Bolt and his partner Kasi Bennett have gifted the Nuttall Memorial Hospital in Kingston with 12 digital blood pressure machines, two foetal dopplers, and a television set for the reception area.

This comes two weeks after the safe delivery of the couple's first child at the hospital.

“The gifts came as a means of saying thank you for the hospitality, warmth and kindness shown to Kasi and [Usain] for the excellent care offered to them in delivery of their daughter,” a statement on Bolt's website read.

Nuttall Memorial Hospital is a 50-bed facility, owned by the Anglican Diocese of Jamaica and the Cayman Islands, and operated by Nuttall Memorial Hospital Trust Limited.

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