New Blood Pressure Monitor Presented to NNUH Stroke Ward
An additional blood pressure monitor for the stroke ward at Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital has been presented by the Rotary Club of Norwich.
The Rotary Club, Rotary House for the Deaf and a bequest from past member Ron Beame’s estate brought the total to over £1,100 and meant the monitor could be purchased for Gunthorpe ward.
Gunthorpe Sister Jane Shemilt said, “We are incredibly grateful for the support the Rotarians have given our ward. This additional machine will not only monitor blood pressure it also monitors oxygen, pulse and the heart’.
The wives of three members of the Rotary Club of Norwich were cared for on Gunthorpe in the past year and members wanted to present the monitor in recognition of the care they received.
For more information on how you can support your favourite ward or department through the hospital charity please contact Louise Cook on 01603 287107 or email Louise.Cook@nnuh.nhs.uk.
Left to right Jane Shemilt Gunthorpe Sister, David Rymill, Andy Death, Chris King, Hilary Hammond, Jane Douglas OPM Matron, Dr Patrick Sutton, Manjari Mull.