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Angel Foundation Donates Two Defibrillators to KPH

Nov 20, 2017  |  Kingston

Ms. Angelia Christian (centre), President, Angel Foundation reaches for an attachment for one of the defibrillator. Looking on (L-R) are Dr. Carol Reid Baker, Consultant Emergency Medicine Physician, KPH; Dr. Lindberg Simpson, Chairman, Department of Surgery, KPH; Ms. Sophia Lewis, Assistant Corporate Affairs and Communication Manager, Victoria Mutual Building Society; Mrs.Caroline Mahfood, Executive Director, Grace Kennedy Foundation; Ms. Maxine Allen, Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Kingston Public and Victoria Jubilee Hospitals; Mrs. Debby Ann McKenzie Cookes, Acting Director of Nursing Services, KPH and Mrs. Diane Buckley Smith, Departmental Supervisor, KPH.

The Kingston Public Hospital (KPH) received two defibrillators on Monday, November 20, 2017 from the Angel Foundation, which is based in the United Kingdom. The defibrillators valued at approximately $5 Million, will assist hospital staff in the Accident and Emergency Department to treat patients with cardiac arrest.

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