NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH) continues to advance its air conditioning (A / C) restore system inside of its facility soon after fixing models at various wards on the hospital’s former campus. Efforts will continue on to be manufactured to restore or replace any remaining malfunctioning or partially functioning units.
The healthcare facility administration confirmed yesterday that the air conditioning in women’s ward II was fixed very last Wednesday the obstetrics and gynecology models were also fixed and the labor and puerperium units were fixed two months ago.
The medical center will continue to fix air conditioning in several remaining places, including feminine health-related office 1, which is at present free of charge for a thirty day period the maternity ward with functioning models that will need to be replaced and Male Professional medical I Ward, which has a partly functioning device.
In addition, work on repairing the air conditioning will carry on in the dialysis device, in which one of two models is functioning.
In buy to make clear the statements allegedly manufactured by the President of the Bahamas Nursing Union Amancha Williams on the issue of the air conditioning not doing work in the wards Postnatal, Female Health-related I and Male Professional medical I and II, a statement by the General public Hospitals Authority (PHA) stated, “Male Medical Segment II has been shut and gutted for about two decades, and the other places described have both been fixed or are progressing.
“The union president has been invited to obtain and get current information on the development of the repair perform.
“The PHA values the devotion of all of its personnel, like our nurses, who keep on to treatment for our individuals despite these unlucky conditions.
“The basic safety and overall health of people and workers is a top rated precedence for Princess Margaret Medical center, and investments in healthcare facility infrastructure and experienced upkeep are designed to make certain that the facility presents an ideal environment for the care and treatment of our patients. ”