Tavua Hospital receives medical equipment from Fiji Water Foundation and Cure Kids Fiji
The Fiji Water Foundation, in partnership with Cure Kids Fiji, donated $100,000 of medical equipment to Tavua Hospital.
This past week Fiji Water Foundation staff, alongside senior executives from Cure Kids, were on-hand to deliver the critical emergency equipment.
Included in the donation were five life-saving portable resuscitators, a new public address (PA) system and the installation of additional phone lines to help improve internal and external communications.
The donation of this equipment completed the grant after renovations were also carried out to the Tavua Hospitals’ outpatient clinical areas in 2017.
“We appreciate the hard work by the medical staff at Tavua Hospital and are grateful that through this partnership with Cure Kids, we are able to provide these much-needed resources,” says Elizabeth Stephenson, Fiji Water Global President.
Jen Miller of Cure Kids Fiji says the new equipment will help improve the quality of life for children around the Tavua area living with serious health conditions.
About Fiji Water Foundation
Launched in 2007, the Fiji Water Foundation is a charitable trust funded and supported by the owners, employees and corporate affiliates of Fiji Water. The Fiji Water Foundation is one of the largest philanthropic organisations in Fiji focusing its efforts and investments on providing clean water access to rural communities, building educational facilities and infrastructure that benefit children, teenagers and adults, and providing access to healthcare services to underprivileged communities.
Additionally, the foundation offers disaster relief during floods and severe weather events that frequently impact the islands.