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    Patients recovering in the Medical Intensive Care Unit (MICU) at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH), now have two new uni-recliners that they can sit in once their condition has improved, thanks to the generosity of Sheraton Mall.


    Registered Nurse Bernard Beckles trying out the new Uni-recliner while from left Communications Specialist, Head of the MICU Consultant Dr. Anne-Marie Hassell, Marketing Manager at Sheraton Mall Caro Waltond and Marketing Assistant Shernade Celestine look on.

    The uni-recliners were officially presented to the Head of the MICU, Consultant, Dr. Annemarie Hassell, during a brief presentation ceremony on the Unit recently.

    Sheraton Mall’s Marketing Officer, Caro Walrond, said the Mall pledged to donate $2 to the MICU from every entry received during its 2015 Christmas promotion “Spread Love Peace, Hope and Joy”, which ran from December 1 to 31.

    The gesture she said, demonstrated the Mall’s commitment to spreading love and hope and was “just one of the many ways Sheraton Mall showed love to the thousands of patrons who visit the mall for shopping and recreation.”

    In acceptance, Dr. Hassell thanked Ms Walrond and Sheraton Mall for its generosity and gave the assurance that the uni-recliners will be put to good use.  She also praised the partnership between the Queen Elizabeth Hospital and Sheraton and noted that there will be other avenues in which the Mall can partner with the hospital in the future.

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