Sunshine Girls volunteer for KPH Labour Day facelift

Tuesday, May 20, 2014

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KINGSTON, Jamaica -- The Sunshine Girls are among members of corporate Jamaica and other groups that have volunteered to give sections of the Kingston Public Hospital (KPH) a facelift this Labour Day.
Head of ENT at KPH and Chairperson for the Labour Day Committee Dr Natalie Whylie, said that the project is being coordinated by the Friends of the KPH.
Scotiabank Foundation, along with its volunteers, will be landscaping the Out-Patient Department (OPD) North, and members of the Lay Magistrate Association of Kingston will provide manpower, paint and painting supplies for work on the ENT Clinic located in OPD North.
Additionally, Jac-Den Enterprise Company Limited will provide volunteers and material to paint and landscape the main staff car park located in the vicinity of the Accident and Emergency Department, Dr Whylie said.
“We are extremely grateful to these companies and organisations that have come on board and partnered with us to beautify the hospital on Labour Day,” the Labour Day Committee chair remarked.
“KPH occupies an enormous campus and so we welcome any assistance to improve the aesthetics of the hospital.”
Dr Whylie also noted that KPH will receive donations from Jamaica Hospital Supplies, KFC and CB Chicken in support of the Labour Day project on May 23.

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