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SERHA Receives New Buses for Health Care Workers

Mar 19, 2020  |  Kingston

From left): Ms. Maureen Golding, Regional Director, SERHA; Mrs. Carmen Brissett, Vice President of the Nursing Association of Jamaica; Mr. Wentworth Charles, Board Chairman at SERHA and Mrs. Marcia Thomas Yetman, Regional Nursing Supervisor, SERHA smile for a picture during the hand over ceremony.

The South East Regional Health Authority (SERHA) received four new 29-seater Coaster buses for Health Care Workers across the Region and the Nurses Association of Jamaica received one new 15-seater bus from the Ministry of Health and Wellness during the official handover on Thursday, March 19, 2020 at the St. Joseph’s Hospital. The vehicles are valued at over JA$57M. In addition, Toyota Jamaica loaned two additional 16-seater buses to the Ministry of Health and Wellness. These buses will assist with transporting the Health Care Workers to and from the institutions. Mr. Wentworth Charles, Board Chairman, SERHA, thanked the Ministry of Health and Wellness for their commitment and support. He assured the Health Ministry that SERHA will be putting in place a proper maintenance system and a schedule for drivers.


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