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Doctors with hearts

Published:Tuesday | December 23, 2014 | 12:00 AM
Contributed Public relations officer of the Jamaica Medical Doctors Association (JMDA), Dr Roxanne Johnson (right) presenting Christmas gifts, ($150,000 and a water tank) to Laurette Adams-Thomas, general manager of the The Golden Age Home in Vineyard Town as part of the JMDA's outreach programme. The National Commercial Bank, Jamaica National, First Caribbean and Dwight's Construction partnered with JMDA to make the dona
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RESIDENTS OF the Golden Age Home in Vineyard Town benefited from a cheque valued at $150,000, and a water tank, donated by the Jamaica Medical Doctors Association (JMDA) last week.

Speaking at the handover ceremony, President of the JMDA, Dr Alfred Dawes, urged other corporate entities and civic groups to remember the less fortunate and to make a contribution to improve their lives.

The JMDA, formerly the Junior Doctors' Association, was founded in 1975 and represents all medical doctors in the government health services who work below the rank of consultant, including medical interns, senior house officers and medical officers, levels I-III.

The National Commercial Bank, Jamaica National, First Caribbean and Dwight's Construction partnered with JMDA to make the donation.