The Sisters of Samui are on a roll at the Children’s and Maternity wards at the Nathon Public Hospital.
The three bright new Children’s wards themed as Fish, Elephants and Owls have been handed over to the very understanding and professional nursing staff along with a massive amount of new sterile storage space provided both inside the Sterile Linen Room as well as additional storage outside, PLUS the new Zen ward with exciting elements like in room sink with Hot and cold water, Hot water shower and new toilet allows this ward to be used as an infectious ward.
This week we have completed the first of three Maternity wards which has a Mermaid Theme – the results are spectacular and you can see the difference in the mood of all of the patients in these rooms.
ALL remaining facilities including Treatment rooms, Nurses station, Community Courtyard, toilet and shower facilities and more will be attended to by this refurbishment.
The Project commenced on Monday the 30th July and at Sunday the 2nd September, we have now completed 5 of the 8 wards programmed!
To date we have raised THB 1,082,875 through our own Sisters on Samui efforts and sheer willpower. This is all already accounted for and will be spent at the end of the 8 week program.
Further support is URGENTLY needed to help complete a list of further and already planned projects to complete this upgrade before Christmas 2018 – a further THB 2,000,000 is required!
Should you wish to donate you can simply contact the Project Manager, David Marshall by email – firstname.lastname@example.org for Sisters Banking Details or visit our funding page by clicking on this link: https://www.weeboon.com/en/campaign/sos
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