Hospital receives $14,000 equipment
About $14,000 worth of new medical equipment has been donated to the Nickol Bay Hospital by Orica and the Humpty Dumpty Foundation
A Medfusion 4000 Syringe Driver and Jaundice Meter were identified by the Humpty Dumpty Foundation as critical for the wards at Nickol Bay Hospital.
Orica Mining Services Pilbara chief executive Paul Bernhardt said working with the foundation had helped identify the good work of Pilbara health services.
“We will continue to support the foundation to purchase essential and often life-saving medical equipment for sick and injured children in the communities in which we operate,” he said. Humpty Dumpty Foundation executive chairman Paul Francis said the support had enabled them to create better treatment for Pilbara children.
“We hope to continue to help Western Australian children by providing the medical equipment needed for hospitals,” he said.
Matthew Ravenscroft, Paul Bernhardt, Monica Seth, Jo Dawson, baby Ruby with parents Bonnie and Brett Slater, Debbie Jones and Natalie Baine.