On Monday Prime Minister Andrew Holness made a sizable donation of $1 million to the Bustamante Hospital for Children.
The Prime Minister revealed via a press release that the donation which was made via his Positive Jamaica Foundation, will aid in the purchasing of monitors for which the hospital has a dire need.
The PM’s visit allowed him to get a first hand view of the current situation at the hospital.
During my recent visit to the Bustamante Hospital for Children, I presented a donation from the Positive Jamaica Foundation to the management team to purchase some multi-functional monitors. My visit allowed me to see firsthand the situation that exists at the hospital. I want to commend the hospital staff for their committed services during this festive season; I encourage you to continue providing excellent service to the patients.
Posted by Andrew Holness on Tuesday, December 24, 2019
Via the release, Holness said:
“It is always difficult when anyone has to be admitted to hospital, but it is especially heartbreaking during the Christmas season which is a time for families to get together.
“For this reason, I make it a custom to visit those who are sick and vulnerable to bring cheer during the Yuletide season,”
Following his visit, Prime Minister Holness stated that the hospital will be getting a purpose-built pharmacy, one that will be more modern, and will help to deliver more efficient services.
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