New room to benefit patients
PATIENTS at Mundubbera Hospital will have access to state-of-the-art facilities thanks to the generosity of a steadfast citizen, Elizabeth Asmus.
Mrs Asmus died in 2010 and generously donated significant funds to the hospital throughout the final years of her life.
As a result of these contributions, the Mundubbera MPHS has been able to conduct significant capital works, which has directly improved the facility and benefited all who access the service.
The last of these projects has been the upgrading of a central bathroom into an extra patient room.
Director of nursing Jan-Adele Hotz said these contributions were greatly appreciated.
“It is the generosity of the Mundubbera community, and individuals within the community, that make the Mundubbera MPHS the wonderful facility that it is today,” Mrs Hotz said.
In partnership with the Mundubbera Hospital Auxiliary, the refurbishment of such areas within the hospital has directly improved the environment within the hospital, Mrs Hotz said.
UPGRADE: Director of nursing Jan-Adele Hotz with friends of major donor Betty Asmus (deceased), Marion Larsen and Trevor Crofts.