Rotary donates defibrillator
The Rotary Club of Umina Beach has donated the latest model defibrillator unit to Peninsula Village.
The defibrillator kit will provide support to visitors, volunteers and staff at the villages' three facilities in Pozieres Ave, Umina, in the event of a sudden cardiac arrest.
The donation was made possible with funding support of a local businessman.
The defibrillator unit was accepted by recently-appointed Peninsula Villages chairperson Ms Jan Tweedie, who was joined by CEO Mr Shane Neaves, executive care manager Ms Melinda Dempsey and several directors.
Newsletter, 12 Feb 2017
Rod Radford, Rotary Club of Umina Beach
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