Posted by : Posted on : 13-Apr-2019

13 April 2019

Appreciating the work of the National Referral Hospital (NRH) and the dedicated professionals that strive to care.

The labour ward at the National Referral Hospital (NRH) was boosted last week with the donation of five new maternity beds to be used by pregnant mothers when delivering their babies.

The donation was made possible through the owner of Deli in the Plaza supermarket located at Panatina Plaza, Ms Irene Stephenson.

In handing over the hospital beds, Ms Stephenson said “We are happy to be able to give a little contribution back to the community, so that all mothers can deliver their precious newly born babies comfortably on the maternity beds,” she added

Source:  Solomon Star News.

I would like to extend my personal thanks to Ms Stephenson for her kind contribution to the NRH and particularly for aiding the comfort and welfare of women attending the hospital to give birth.

With health care at the fore of our nation’s consciousness these days, it is gratifying that members of the community appreciate the dedicated work of our doctors and nurses in trying work conditions and that more people seem to be coming forward to help with equipment needs or by helping with the maintenance of the hospital’s grounds.

 I believe that such acts of gratitude helps the doctors and nurses with stressful experiences by reminding them of what is positive in their lives in the midst of sickness and suffering in their daily routines.

 Gratitude by word or by kindly deeds can be tremendously relevant and useful to our health care professionals who need help to bounce back from the stresses and setbacks they encounter in their jobs.

 Yours sincerely

 Frank Short



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