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Central Hospitals Better Able to Detect Kidney Disease with State-of-the-art Machines 1

Central Hospitals Better Able to Detect Kidney Disease with State-of-the-art Machines

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Central Hospitals Better Able to Detect Kidney Disease with State-of-the-art Machines 1

Acting CEO for the Mandeville Regional Hospital (MRH), Marcia Francis (3rd right) accepts a DCA Vantage Analyzer from Regional Director of BMR Jamaica Wind Ltd., Ava Tomlin (3rd left) at a handing over ceremony on Wednesday, June 11 at the MRH. The DCA Vantage Analyzer enables clinicians to provide early detection of kidney disease, the most common complication in patients with diabetes. The machines valued at J $1 million was also donated to Black River Hospital in St. Elizabeth and will help clinicians to encourage patient compliance by delivering actionable test results during a patient visit. The DCA Vantage Analyzer will also boost productivity by providing speedy access to patient data.

Also photographed are: Chairman of the Southern Regional Health Authority (SRHA) Board, Wayne Chen (2nd left), Vice Chairman of the SRHA Board, Michael Stern (left), Acting Regional Director of the SRHA, Herschel Ismail (right) and CEO for the Black River Hospital, Diana Brown Miller.

Central Hospitals Better Able to Detect Kidney Disease with State-of-the-art Machines 2

Clinicians at the Black River Hospital (BRH) in St. Elizabeth are now better able to provide early detection of kidney disease, following a donation of two DCA Vanatage Analyzers, valued at J $1 million, which was donated to the BRH and Mandeville Regional Hospital (MRH) on Wednesday, June 11 at the MRH. Accepting the donation is CEO for the BRH, Diana Brown Miller (3rd right) from Regional Director of BMR Jamaica Wind Ltd., Ava Tomlin (3rd left). The DCA Vantage Analyzer helps clinicians to encourage patient compliance by delivering actionable test results during a patient visit. The machine will help to boost productivity by providing speedy access to patient data.

Sharing in the moment are: Chairman of the Southern Regional Health Authority (SRHA) Board, Wayne Chen (2nd left), Vice Chairman of the SRHA Board, Michael Stern (left), Acting Regional Director of the SRHA, Herschel Ismail (right) and Acting CEO for the MRH, Marcia Francis.


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