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Medical equipment donated to old age home

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As part of its effort to support the well-being of the community, the Rotary Club of Kimberley this week made a significant contribution to Ons Huis, a local residential facility for older persons.

Seen from left are: Niveshni Swanepoel (office administrator and housing manager), Lyn Vermeulen (sister), Johan Cronje (president), Barry Downs (secretary), Mary-anne Daubermann (past president), and Vernon Daubermann ( project co-ordinator). Picture: Supplied

IN A PHILANTHROPIC effort to support the well-being of the community, the Rotary Club of Kimberley this week made a significant contribution to Ons Huis, a local residential facility for older persons.

The Rotary Club handed over a donation of six blood pressure monitors, aimed at bolstering the medical capabilities of Ons Huis, on November 13.

Ons Huis, a respected institution dedicated to providing care for those in need, will now be equipped with the monitors to help manage the health of their residents.

The Rotary Club’s donation of the medical equipment underscores their commitment to enhancing health-care services in Kimberley and surrounding areas.

The blood pressure monitors will play a crucial role in the day-to-day care of individuals at Ons Huis, allowing health-care professionals to closely monitor and respond promptly to changes in patients’ blood pressure. This not only signifies a leap forward in medical care at Ons Huis but also reflects the Rotary Club’s dedication to fostering a healthier and more resilient community.

The Rotary Club’s generosity is expected to have a lasting impact on the quality of health-care services provided at Ons Huis, showcasing the power of community organisations coming together for the greater good.

As Ons Huis integrates these new monitors into their health-care practices, the Rotary Club’s donation will undoubtedly contribute to the overall improvement of health outcomes for those under the facility’s care.

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