QEH appeals for help

shadiasimpson, shadiasimpson@nationnews.com

Added 13 November 2012

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The Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH) is calling  for more public help in donating equipment and funds to the hospital. Director of engineering services Paula Agbowu said that a prospectus would be published shortly to indicate the items of equipment needed and in which departments. Speaking yesterday as the Syrian-Lebanese Association handed over two patient examination lamps for the maternity ward, Agbowu said that even though donations had increased, the needs remained great. Agbowu explained that the now defunct association had residual funds from previous donations and called to find out if the QEH had any other areas of need. (LK)

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