JN makes donation to St Ann hospital

Friday, May 10, 2013

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The Jamaica National Foundation has donated a vital signs monitor valued at almost $150,000 to the Accident and Emergency Department of the St Ann's Bay Regional Hospital. Representatives of the foundation, led by Ransford Davidson — senior manager of JNBS St Ann's Bay and Brown's Town branches — handed over the equipment to the hospital on Wednesday morning. According to Davidson, the JN Foundation is aware of the challenges faced by the health services and is willing to assist where possible. Here, Davidson hands over the equipment to Jacqueline Saunders, acting supervisor of the Outpatient Department of the hospital.



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