Isle News, 1 October 2009 – Patients at Jersey’s General Hospital can now enjoy enhanced viewing, thanks to the donation of some brand new flat screen televisions by a leading local construction firm.
The new flat screen televisions were installed as a replacement of several old televisions which had been in Bartlett Ward for a number of years. Mr Burton said that Camerons recognises the need to help hospital patients remain as comfortable as possible and so were happy to donate the new screens outside of their existing project involvement.
Sister Janet Caurel said “We are very grateful for Camerons’ kind donation of the new screens to the Bartlett ward. At the hospital we strive to ensure that patients are as comfortable as possible whilst in our care, so to have such a generous gesture really is very much appreciated.”
Camerons has presented nine new, state-of-the-art television sets to Bartlett ward, in an effort to help maximise patient comfort. Camerons decided to make the donation following their involvement with several building projects, which are taking place throughout the Hospital.
Marc Burton, Managing Director, at Camerons said “We are delighted to be able to help the hospital and its already outstanding care unit. Camerons has been involved in the development of various Jersey Hospital departments, including the award winning Day Surgery Unit, and so we have witnessed the hard work and commitment of Jersey’s hospital staff first hand. We hope that the patients will enjoy the new screens on their road to recovery.”
As well as the Day Surgery Unit, Cameron’s has developed the Ear, Nose and Throat Departments and is currently refurbishing the Radiology and Accident and Emergency Departments.