Pumwani Maternity Hospital receives ICU equipment donation from Mozzart
SPORTS By Standard Sports | December 18th 2020
As part of their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiative dubbed “SUPPORTING OUR HEALTHCARE FACILITIES”, Mozzart Bet has donated medical equipment worth Sh3 million to the Pumwani Maternity Hospital.
Mozzart is targeting to support key healthcare facilities in Nairobi and around different counties in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. Previously, the company had made a donation of Ksh 10,000,000 worth of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE’s) to front line professionals.
“In our new program of donating Intensive Care Unit (ICU) equipment to hospitals, we have so far donated equipment to the Ngara Health Centre, Chemolingot Sub County hospital in Tiaty. In Nairobi, we have so far supported the Mathare North Health Centre, Kahawa West Health Centre and now Pumwani. Kindly accept our small Christmas donation, as we continue to partner in this journey during these tough times. “– Mr. Sasa Krneta, Mozzart bet Country Manager said.
Donated items to Pumwani Maternity Hospital included incubators, patient monitors, oxygen concentrators, bedside lockers, and patient beds complete with Macintosh mattresses. Donated items to Mathare North Health Centre Kahawa West Health Centre, Ngara Health Centre and Chemolingot Health Centre were in the range of Ksh 1,500,000.
“Mozzart has really helped us today and we hope it is the beginning of a partnership journey that will support other departments like the out-patient services.” – said Dr. Beth Maina, Deputy Medical Superintendent and Head of Clinical Services, Pumwani Maternity Hospital.
The event was held at the Pumwani grounds and was attended by the Nairobi Metropolitan Services Director of Health, Dr. Josphine Kibaru Mbae, Medical Superintendent, Pumwani Maternity, Dr. John Murima, Mozzart Bet – Country Manager Mr. Sasa Krneta and Mr. Okoth Ochieng’, Mozzart Bet Marketing Manager among other dignitaries.
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