Posted by Martin Harrison
During the current Covid-19 pandemic local health authorities are struggling to manage severe increases in costs to cope with protecting their staff from Covid -19 and other contaminants.
Following consultation with our Service projects chair Napa Keawtem and the Red Cross Medical Clinic in Hua Hin, three items of equipment were identified by the Clinic to help support their daily operations.
These were a Longray model 2680 mist sprayer which can spray chemicals, disinfectants and deodorants which will enable the clinic to maintain clean working areas within the treatment areas by helping to neutralize any contamination of areas of Covid-19.
The second item of equipment was a battery operated Aspira Go 30 portable suction machine (aspirator), designed for use in multiple clinical and surgical settings such as hospitals, aged care facilities, day surgeries and homecare.
Lastly was a was a new wireless access point to replace an outdated system in use that does not support the Medical Clinic Day to day operations.
Joining the handover was Immediate Past President Somchai Thepcharoennirund from Rotary Club of Ratchaburi who works at the clinic 3 days a week.
These items were purchased and handed over today the 11th August.