With military precision and the combined efforts of our clinical, administration, maintenance, supply and executive staff as well as the cooperation of freight company PFMCorp – who provided an efficient service, tailored to our needs -, the in and out stream of furniture flowed seamlessly, almost like a ballet piece (albeit with the absence of tutus and overly flattering leotards). What made these two mornings even better is that I got to use a drill!
Not only were we able to purchase 38 modern Howard Wright M9 compact beds, but thanks to the generosity of the Campbelltown Rotary Club, Howard Wright and PFMCorp, we were able to donate 38 of our older beds to the Donation in Kind scheme so that they can be used in healthcare facilities overseas that are in desperate need of updating their equipment,
Not everything we do at NECH is as spectacular or radical as a massive furniture upgrade, but all our ongoing efforts, big and small, contribute to maintaining the highest quality of service we provide to our patients.
A good sleep makes for a speedy recovery.