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Shipping industry supports health

Published:Monday | March 16, 2015 | 11:02 PM
Weighing in! Trevann Hylton, a second form student at Camperdown High School gets his weight checked by Nurse Francene Williams.
Nakeem Hemmings, a fifth form student at Camperdown High School gets his blood pressure checked by Nurse Camile Cole during the School’s Health Fair held on February 16, 2015.
Krishna Brown (left) fourth year medical student at the University of the West Indies examines the hands of Brandon Robinson a fifth form student of Camperdown High School during the health fair held on February 16.
Dr Sydney Gaynor, visiting physician from Ohio in the United States, listens to the breathing of sixth form student, Renae Demnic during Camperdown High School’s Health Fair held on February 16, 2015.
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Shipping industry supports health

In keeping with its mission to bring health care to various communities across the island, the Shipping Association of Jamaica (SAJ) and its industry partner, Seaport Equipment Ltd, last week sponsored the Camperdown High School's Annual Health Fair. The fair, which was organised by past students of the school, saw the SAJ lending its mobile clinic, while Seaport Equipment sponsored the transportation of the unit.

Students and teachers benefited from free medical examinations offered during the annual fair.