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NRHA receives PA system from the Solomon Islands Chinese Women Association (SICWA)

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The National Referral Hospital (NRH) this week received with gratefulness a public address (PA) system donated by the Solomon Islands Chinese Women Association based in Honiara.

NRH Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Dr George Malefoasi in receiving the PA system applauds the SI Chinese Women Association for providing the system in response to the hospital’s request lodged through the China Medical Team (CMT).

“Thank you Ms Mindi Zhu (Association’s spokesperson) and your team for kindly donating the PA system”, Chief Executive Officer Dr Malefoasi said.

He also thanked China Medical Team for their assistance in conveying the hospital’s need to the association.

Dr Malefoasi, explained that the hospital will install the PA system for health communication and education purposes to the public, patients and relatives as well as staff movements.

“It will be used by hospital managers to disseminate information both on critical events and clinic times as well as emergency alerts.

“It will play an important role in addressing overcrowding at the hospital wards, ensuring order and the right information on clinic times and ward visiting times.

“The hospital has been without a proper PA system for more than 20 years and hence an important opportunity where we can once more keep order in the hospital through efficient flow of information in the hospital, ”, said Dr Malefoasi.

Meanwhile, Solomon Islands Chinese Women Association Spokesperson Ms Mindi Zhu stated, the association donated full set broadcasting system including 30 units’ speakers and related accessories to NRH to enhance the broadcasting services of the hospital.

“We are very pleased to be supporting the NRH with the sound system and hope that it will help to improve hospital operations and information sharing. We remain committed to supporting the hospital including other areas of health as demonstrated by this donation which our second for the hospital.

“Our association will continue to work closely with the hospital and continue to mobilize support from our members to continue providing assistance when and where it is needed”, said Ms Zhu.


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