A Manchester native living in the United States donated J$2 million in life-saving equipment to the Mandeville Regional Hospital. 

Partnering with North East Georgia Medical Centre (where he heads the Department of Medicine and the GSI Foundation (Jamaica Union of Seventh-day Adventist), Dr. Pete Williams gave vital sign monitors, blood pressure cuffs, oxygen concentrator, compression pump and bassinets. 

MRH’s Chief Executive Officer Alwyn Miller said the hospital needs such equipment in its high dependency unit where COVID-19 patients are treated. 

We can all thank Dr. Williams for keeping his native parish and countrymen in mind!