QEH gets cardiac gift
THE HIGH DEPENDENCY UNIT of the Queen Elizabeth Hospital has received a much needed gift in the form of six cardiac monitors.
And according to head of the unit, Dr Ann-Marie Hassell, the gift could not have come at a better time. She was speaking in the boardroom of the hospital Friday as the donation by the Karnani family was recognised.
“These monitors have come when we were having difficulty maintaining our occupancy in the high dependency unit. The unit holds a capacity of eight, and with these new monitors we were able to maintain our occupancy at six. Now we hope to be up and running at full capacity soon as having these units mean we can function at a more consistent level,” she said. (RA)
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