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$1.6 Million Donation to Boost Percy Junor Hospital Services 1
Nurse Ward Manger for the A&E department at the Percy Junor Hospital (PJH) in North East Manchester, Michelle Hales-Thompson (3rd left) and Director of Nursing Services at the PJH, Jacqueline Pennicook (3rd right) examine the ECG machine, which was among the equipment donated to the hospital. The machine, along with a defibrillator valued at $1.6 million was donated by the hospital’s 70th anniversary committee. Participating also in the handing over on Wednesday, May 27 were: CEO for the PJH, Carlton Nichols (left), PJH Senior Medical Officer, Dr. Carlos Wilson (2nd left), Regional Director for the Southern Regional Health Authority, Michael Bent (2nd right) and Parish Manager for the Manchester Health Services, Sandia Chambers-Ferguson (right).

$1.6 Million Donation to Boost Percy Junor Hospital Services

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The service delivery at the Percy Junor Hospital (PJH) in North-East Manchester has been boosted with the donation of an ECG machine and defibrillator valued at $1.6 million, donated by the hospital’s 70th anniversary committee. Participating in the handing over of the donation on Wednesday, May 27 were: (left to right) CEO for the PJH, Carlton Nichols, PJH Senior Medical Officer, Dr. Carlos Wilson, Nurse Ward Manger for the A&E department, Michelle Hales-Thompson, Regional Director for the Southern Regional Health Authority, Michael Bent, Director of Nursing Services at the PJH, Jacqueline Pennicook and Parish Manager for the Manchester Health Services, Sandia Chambers-Ferguson.
Mr. Bent used the opportunity to thank the healthcare workers for their dedication in managing the general health of the population, in addition to handling the coronavirus pandemic, which is unchartered waters for the health team.
$1.6 Million Donation to Boost Percy Junor Hospital Services 1
Nurse Ward Manger for the A&E department at the Percy Junor Hospital (PJH) in North East Manchester, Michelle Hales-Thompson (3rd left) and Director of Nursing Services at the PJH, Jacqueline Pennicook (3rd right) examine the ECG machine, which was among the equipment donated to the hospital. The machine, along with a defibrillator valued at $1.6 million was donated by the hospital’s 70th anniversary committee.
Participating also in the handing over on Wednesday, May 27 were: CEO for the PJH, Carlton Nichols (left), PJH Senior Medical Officer, Dr. Carlos Wilson (2nd left), Regional Director for the Southern Regional Health Authority, Michael Bent (2nd right) and Parish Manager for the Manchester Health Services, Sandia Chambers-Ferguson (right).

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