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Glendon Hospital to receive cardiac monitor from USA Stratians for Strat

A ZJB news report states that a cardiac monitor and other accessories for the Glendon Hospital have been purchased and shipped to Montserrat. This follows a report when Iris Lake Ryan an RN in the USA, made a pledge through social media request pledging to raise US$6,000.00 to purchase a Cardiac AED defibrillator for the hospital in Montserrat.

Through the fundraising campaign conducted by Stratians for Strat in September which spanned only an 11 day period, they raised a total of US$6,893.06, enabling the purchase of the Cardiac Monitor and auxiliary equipment at a cost US$3,780.11.

`Mrs. Sujue Davis gives defibrilator to Glendon Hospital on behalf of MRC

`Mrs. Sujue Davis gives defibrilator to Glendon Hospital on behalf of MRC

 

According to the ZJB report, Over the coming weeks additional purchases of required items for the Glendon Hospital will be made utilizing the remaining funds, which stood at US$3,112.95.

The Iris Lake Ryan call for the Glendon Hospital equipment was raised the very day Governor’s wife Mrs. Sujue Davis handed over the first AED machine to the Glendon Hospital. Mrs. Davis in her capacity as Patron, had begun a fund raising in November last year, for Montserrat Red Cross branch, eventually raising $37,000 for the automated external defibrillators (AEDs).

Correction:

Glendon Hospital gets needed defibrillator, cardiac monitor on the way

We must apologise to all parties concerned and our readers for an error of fact. In the story here captioned, it stated: “The Red Cross branch patron said that this was the first iPad AEC machine purchased by Dr. Fred Pescatore,…” That was incorrect and should have read instead, “…purchased by Coral Cay.”

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A ZJB news report states that a cardiac monitor and other accessories for the Glendon Hospital have been purchased and shipped to Montserrat. This follows a report when Iris Lake Ryan an RN in the USA, made a pledge through social media request pledging to raise US$6,000.00 to purchase a Cardiac AED defibrillator for the hospital in Montserrat.

Through the fundraising campaign conducted by Stratians for Strat in September which spanned only an 11 day period, they raised a total of US$6,893.06, enabling the purchase of the Cardiac Monitor and auxiliary equipment at a cost US$3,780.11.

`Mrs. Sujue Davis gives defibrilator to Glendon Hospital on behalf of MRC

`Mrs. Sujue Davis gives defibrilator to Glendon Hospital on behalf of MRC

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According to the ZJB report, Over the coming weeks additional purchases of required items for the Glendon Hospital will be made utilizing the remaining funds, which stood at US$3,112.95.

The Iris Lake Ryan call for the Glendon Hospital equipment was raised the very day Governor’s wife Mrs. Sujue Davis handed over the first AED machine to the Glendon Hospital. Mrs. Davis in her capacity as Patron, had begun a fund raising in November last year, for Montserrat Red Cross branch, eventually raising $37,000 for the automated external defibrillators (AEDs).

Correction:

Glendon Hospital gets needed defibrillator, cardiac monitor on the way

We must apologise to all parties concerned and our readers for an error of fact. In the story here captioned, it stated: “The Red Cross branch patron said that this was the first iPad AEC machine purchased by Dr. Fred Pescatore,…” That was incorrect and should have read instead, “…purchased by Coral Cay.”