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NCB gives $30 million to UHWI

Published:Thursday | April 13, 2017 | 4:00 AM
The University Hospital of the West Indies (UHWI) will receive assistance from the NCB Group to the tune of $30M to increase the number of specialised beds in the Intensive Care Unit; significantly improving the health facility’s service delivery to the nation. At a recent tour of the facility, Dr Carl Bruce, senior director, Clinical Services at UHWI, exhibits the features of the new specialised beds to representatives of the NCB Group: From left: Nichole Brackett-Walters, marketing manager; Patrick Hylton, managing director and Nadeen Matthews, chief digital and marketing officer and CEO, N.C.B. Foundation. Also paying keen attention is Kevin Allen (second right), CEO of UHWI.
From left: Dr Carl Bruce, senior director, Clinical Services at University Hospital of the West Indies (UHWI); Kevin Allen, CEO, UHWI; Nichole Brackett-Walters, marketing manager, NCB Group; Patrick Hylton, managing director, NCB Group and Nadeen Matthews, chief digital and marketing officer, NCB Group and CEO, N.C.B. Foundation have forged a symbolic partnership enabling the UHWI to meet international standards, while providing more care for Jamaicans made possible by a donation of $30 million from the NCB Group.
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