Esso donates new emergency equipment to Sale Hospital

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Esso donates new emergency equipment to Sale Hospital
An Esso/BHP Gippsland Basin Joint Venture (GBJV) contribution has provided much-needed support for the emergency department at Sale Hospital.

The donation will see the emergency department receive a new trauma stretcher, Pulse Oximeter and spine board extrication device.

Central Gippsland Health Service (CGHS) Chief Executive Frank Evans said this financial support means the hospital can purchase additional, much needed equipment.

“The Esso/BHP joint venture has been a generous donor to CGHS for many years allowing us to purchase this equipment for the benefit of our community,” he said.
Photo — Pictured are Longford Plants Manager David Anderson and Sale Hospital staff Nilanthi Kanapathipillai, Natasha Johnston, Kate Roberts and Lysa Jenkins.
Longford Plants Manager David Anderson said the Longford team is proud to support a local institution that provides vital health service to the community.

“The team at Longford Plants are used to putting in long hours, solving complex problems and looking after the safety of one another, as are the dedicated doctors and nurses working at the Emergency Department of Sale Hospital.

“We are so pleased to be able to support for our local hospital and provide assistance for its life-saving work,” he said.

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