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Humpty Dumpty Foundation makes difference to tiny patients

18 May 2017

Redland Hospital’s tiniest patients will benefit from the generosity of the Humpty Dumpty Foundation and its donors after the delivery of much needed equipment to the Special Care Nursery and Lamb Ward.

The addition of two RAD-5 Pulse Oxymeters that help diagnose cardiac conditions in babies will make a huge difference, according to SCN Midwife Ray Doro.

He said in simple terms, the devices helped measure how pink babies were.

A newborn training manikin and a Ez-IO Drill and Educator Kit will also assist staff in caring for the hospital’s youngest patients.

A huge thank you to the Humpty Dumpty Foundation, Ian and Lucy Campbell, The LJ Hooker Foundation and Promotions Only for their kindness and generosity in assisting Redland Hospital care for the local community.

Last updated 18 May 2017
Last reviewed 18 May 2017

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