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8 Feb. 2018

A breath of fresh air at South Gippsland Hospital

A Gippsland Basin Joint Venture (GBJV) contribution to South Gippsland Hospital has funded the purchase of a new Bilevel Positive Airway Pressure (BiPAP) machine for use in the urgent care clinic.

The GBJV contributions program has been supporting the South Gippsland Hospital for more than 30 years, in this time funding more than $100,000 of hospital equipment. 

Operations Supervisor, Barry Beach Marine Terminal, Angelo Cannizzo visited the hospital to see the equipment first-hand and said Esso is proud of its partnership with the hospital which provides a vital service to the community.

“This is another example of the significant investment Esso has been making in the Gippsland community over our nearly five decades of operations,” he said.

Photo — Angelo Cannizzo, Operations Supervisor, Barry Beach Marine Terminal (right), with South Gippsland Hospital Chief Executive Officer, Chris Trotman (left), and Director of Nursing and Midwifery, Marion Bowron (middle).
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