Donation aids in life-support training at Casino

Donation aids in life-support training at Casino
The Humpty Dumpty Foundation and Metal Manufacturers Limited are making a difference to Casino & District Memorial Hospital with the donation of an ALS Baby Trainer 200 valued at $7,550 to the Emergency Department.

The ALS Baby Trainer 200 is portable skill trainer equipped with an ECG rhythm simulator for realistic infant resuscitation training. It provides staff with the opportunity to practice basic and advanced CPR skills with a life-like mannequin.

“We are fortunate be the recipient of this generous gift from the Humpty Dumpty Foundation,” Clinical Nurse Manager, Kayelene Guthrie said.
“The baby trainer will be an extremely useful training tool for our staff, and will ensure they can provide the best quality care to our patients.”

The training equipment will ensure medical and nursing staff maintain their skills to ensure they can continue to provide the best care to paediatric patients.

“Metal Manufacturers Limited’s support of the Humpty Dumpty Foundation and the local community it operates in is immeasurable,” Paul Francis OAM, Humpty Dumpty Foundation Founder and Executive Chairman, said.
“Their support of Casino & District Memorial Hospital means staff there have access to state of the art, life-saving medical training equipment. I applaud this contribution as it demonstrates their commitment to the wider community,” he said

 

Pictured above are Ellen Palmer EO/DON Casino, Stuart Gallard General Manager Haymans Electrical, Tracey Cunningham A/NUM Casino Emergency Department, Kayelene Guthrie Clinical Nurse Manager Casino, Fay Hartley Clinical Nurse Educator Emergency Casino, and Stephen Field Manager Haymans Electrical Lismore.

 


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