Eshraqa donates Vital-Signs monitors and furniture to Sumail General Hospital

Roundup Sunday 01/October/2017 17:31 PM
By: Times News Service
Eshraqa donates Vital-Signs monitors and furniture to Sumail General Hospital

Muscat: Continuing its strong support to improve the health infrastructure in the Samail Wilayat, Eshraqa – Khimji Ramdas Social Development Arm donated Vital-Signs monitors to the hospital’s Paediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) along with 60 pieces of furniture including attendant couch, bedside cabinet stand, drawers, bedtable for caregivers at the Sumail General Hospital, as part of its larger objective to supplement government initiatives on health care.
The contribution adds to the list of Eshraqa’s initiatives as part of its health focus – one of the founding pillars of the CSR department’s three major focus areas that also include educational community wellbeing.
Among the dignitaries present at the event were Sheikh Majid bin Khalifa Al Harthi - Wali of Samail, Dr Ali Al Amor Dhawi, director- general of Medical Services for Dakhiliyah Governorate, Abdul Kareem bin Surur Al Jabri, Member of Municipal Council, Wilayat of Samail, Dr Yaqoubbin Nasser Al Nadabi, the officer in charge of Samail Hospital, along with Nailesh Khimji, director of Khimji Ramdas and Eshraqa & Samail paediatric department team members.
Commenting on the contribution, Nailesh said, “We are honoured to be assisting the Sumail General Hospital in its endeavours to provide quality healthcare to the people of Sumail. It forms part of social development initiatives and a key objective under Eshraqa’s Health focus, which aims to help people gain access to expert healthcare and medical facilities.”
Thanking KR for its support, Dr Yacoubbin Nasser Al Nadabi the officer in charge of Samail Hospital, said, “We are grateful to Eshraqa for contributing towards the hospital’s facilities so that we can provide better patient care. Eshraqa has been assisting us in our efforts to enhance the quality of care we give to our patients especially when it comes to expanding the hospital’s amenities.”