The Savanna La-Mar Hospital has made great strides in improving the quality of health care provided to those who use its health facility.
This time with a new pipeline system for medical gases such as oxygen. The Chief Executive Officer, Camile Lewin says it is a welcomed move that will see the hospital moving from using cylinders. She says patients now do not have to worry about oxygen being reduced as the system will allow for each ward to get the share required.
Speaking with CVM LIVE recently she confirmed that the new pipeline system for medical gases has already being implemented.
This new development is expected to be safer, more convenient and cost-effective system for provision the medical gas to the clinical and nursing staff at the point-of-use for patients.
The Chief Executive Officer also shared that there are other issues being faced by the hospital but plans are underway to address each challenge. She says the team spirit among employees of the hospital eases the stress of these issues as everyone is committed to ensuring that each patient receives the care they deserve.
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