ROTARY CLUB OF EAST NASSAU DONATES $3,000 WORTH OF MEDICAL SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT FOR CAT ISLAND CLINICS

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October 13, 2021

Rotarians are looking to change the world – with the motto Service Above Self, Rotarians believe the world could be happier, healthier, and more peaceful, by creating a better world through service. Embracing humanity and the commitment to community service, the Rotary Club of East Nassau recently provided much needed medical supplies and equipment to be shared between the three Cat Island Clinics. The equipment and medical supplies, valued at over $3,000, included A1C test kits, oxygen concentrator, glucometers, strips, cholesterol monitors, nebulizers, hemoglobin analyzer, cuvettes, tourniquets, burn dressings, pulse oximeters for adults and children, sanitizers, disinfectants, isolation gowns, KN95 masks, and SD Boisensor COVID-19 rapid tests.

Presenting the medical supplies, Past President Moodie stated “As a service organization, The Rotary Club of East Nassau considers it our responsibility to devote resources to improving the quality of life in our community. We join forces to help meet community needs, not only through monetary means but also through volunteerism. On behalf of the Rotary Club of East Nassau, we are very pleased to present the Cat Island Clinics with the much needed medical supplies and equipment.” Accepting the generous donation on behalf of the Cat Island Clinics was Inetta Butler and Glendora Hart.

In addition to the provision of medical supplies, The Rotary Club of East Nassau Past President Moodie committed to assisting the Cat Island Clinics with future projects and essentials. For more information about the Rotary Club of East Nassau, visit their website www.rcen.org.

Pictured Left to R:  Michele Rassin-Moodie, Past President Rotary Club of East Nassau; Inetta Butler and Glendora Hart, Old Bight Clinic Cat Island

News date : 10/13/2021    Category : Covid-19, Community/Charity, Health, Press Releases

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