CEMIX Donates Nihon Kohden Monitor to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital

On December 29th 2017, Cemix Inc donated medical equipment to Queen Elizabeth Hospital. Over the past two years, CEMIX has been supporting children with cancer, even branding their concrete trucks in support of this cause. This donation is a continuation of the actions that Cemix has taken to show corporate compassion and assist with pediatric cancer patients in Barbados.

Cemix Inc has donated a Nihon Kohden Monitor to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital. It eases usability and convenience, as well as saving lives by communicating accurate information. The Life Scope VS series is a cutting-edge range of bedside monitors with a large display which easily integrates unique modular technology with pragmatic functionality. Life Scope VS series is a practical range of bedside monitors that fit ideally in all types of care settings including ICU/OR/transport, from Nihon Kohden, a global manufacturer of innovative products and advanced technologies. “Flexibility in monitoring patients across various clinical settings is a must” stated Dr. Clyde Cave Cave Clyde Dr, MB., BS., DCH., FRCP (C) (Paediatrician/Neonatologist). On behalf of Queen Elizabeth Hospital, we are grateful for their generosity and Cemix’s continued commitment to support pediatric cancer in Barbados.

Cemix Inc. has been working with the Barbados Cancer Society on a number of initiatives that raise awareness about Cancer in the community as well as be an advocate for families that are going through very difficult times. “The hospital and the children going through treatment rely on the generosity of corporate partners to make Barbados’ kids the healthiest in the nation,” stated Jason Edwards, General Manager of Cemix Inc. Barbados.

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