Clarence Valley Independent

Lions donate bed to hospital

Image Caption: From (l-r) nurse Gayle Doe; Lions members Joy Lauder – president Deyann McDonnell, Ian Lauder, PDG Phil Bower – Lions NSW-Act Save Sight Foundation and Public Health Care, Dr Dean Robertson; Hospital Auxiliary members – secretary Rhonda Shaw, treasurer Rita Nutt, president Sandra Bradbury; nursing manager Tara Chambers and unit manager of Emergency Department Melissa Chard. Image Contributed

The Lions Club of Yamba with the assistance from Lions NSW/ACT Save Sight and Public Health Care Foundations has donated $10,467.00 for a Resus bed for the Maclean Hospital emergency department.

This bed will be invaluable to the accessibility to patients following critical events with its removable sections, X-Ray position holders and electric backrest. It will also enable comfort and care for bariatric patients.

Yamba Lions Club has raised funds through their Sunday Market catering van and ‘Pancakes in the Park’ and remains committed to serving others in their community.

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