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Hospital receives new equipment

Hospital receives new equipment

Maria David

 

ONGWEDIVA MEDIPARK with the support of other stakeholders had to also adapt to ensure that their patients, employees, and visitors are safe.

 

Managing Director of Ongwediva Medipark, Dr. Tshali Iithete, said ensuring the safety of everybody during the COVID-19 pandemic comes at an enormous cost.

 

Iithete made the remarks during the donation of the AeroMax Air Purifier valued at over N$30 000 from Millenium Refrigeration and Electrical Service on Thursday in Ongwediva.

 

Hospital receives equipment Ongwediva Medipark

 

Iithete indicated that the product uses a combination of the most effective filtration and cleaning methods as part of a filtration process to remove airborne pollutants and particles.

 

“This will help in improving the air quality that we breathe in, especially in congested areas such as waiting areas,” he said.

 

Managing Director of Millenium Refrigeration and Electrical Service, Parastus Nepolo, said indoor air is the dirtiest air and the machine will minimize dangerous particles by 99% because it has a hyper filter that eradicates impurities.

 

“It’s a critical product that the health industry needs to know. I want to see them shining and leading,” he said.

 

Iithete noted that such donation is a significant contribution in promoting the health of the people.

 

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