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Home Opens New Nursing Station

Nurses and resident assistants at the Babasiga Ashram opened their new nursing station, with the help of the Rotary Club of Labasa yesterday. Resident welfare officer Neha Parsad said the
11 Apr 2015 11:59
Home Opens New Nursing Station
Rotary Club Community director Vijendra Harash (left), and Babasiga Ashram welfare officer Neha Prasad. Photo: Peni Drauna

Nurses and resident assistants at the Babasiga Ashram opened their new nursing station, with the help of the Rotary Club of Labasa yesterday.

Resident welfare officer Neha Parsad said the new nursing station would cater for two nurses and ward assistants.

“We have 32 residents and the new nursing station will be very useful for the nurses and assistants during shift work,” Ms Prasad said.

She said the Home was grateful to the club for their timely help because the workers were in dire need for a nursing station.

Ms Prasad said the station would be used by nurses to monitor vulnerable patients.

Meanwhile, Rotary Club community service director Vijendra Harash said the club served the community of Labasa for a number of years.

He said the total cost of the nursing station was $3500 and the club also gave $1500 for capital projects.

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