PHOTO: KPH gets bedlinen

Monday, June 29, 2015

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KINGSTON, Jamaica — Chantal Kelly (second left), an American born to Jamaican parents, today donated 480 sheets to the Kingston Public Hospital for their beds.
Public relations officer for the South East Regional Health Authority Taneisha Lewis told OBSERVER ONLINE Monday that Kelly saw the need and decided to donate.
Joan Walker Nicholson (left), director of Nursing Services, KPH; Valrie Taylor Smalling (centre), director of Nursing Services, Victoria Jubilee Hospital; Dr Natalie Whylie (second right), senior medical officer, KPH; and Verna Dwyer (right), chief executive officer, KPH, were on hand to accept the donation.

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