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Humpty Dumpty Foundation and LJ Hooker Foundation Make A Difference to Batemans Bay Hospital donated


The Humpty Dumpty Foundation and the LJ Hooker Foundation have made a difference to Batemans Bay Hospital with the donation of a RAD-5 Pulse Oximeter valued at $1,760 to the Emergency Department.


Accurate measurement of a pulse rate, oxygen saturation and blood flow is essential in assessing the current status and treatment implications for paediatric patients. The RAD-5 Pulse Oximeter allows nurses to record arterial oxygen levels accurately and efficiently and quickly track any changes.

LJ Hooker Batemans Bay Real Estate Agent Rob Routledge said: “LJ Hooker Batemans Bay is proud to join the rest of our LJ Hooker partners in supporting the Humpty Dumpty Foundation to make a tangible difference in the communities in which, we live and work.

“Through the LJ Hooker Foundation, we’ve been able to work with the Humpty Dumpty Foundation to identify and source medical equipment needed locally. It means the money contributed by local businesses and community members is directly benefitting local children in need. The donation of the RAD-5 Pulse Oximeter to Batemans Bay Hospital is a great example of this.”

Paul Francis OAM, Humpty Dumpty Foundation Founder and Executive Chairman said: “LJ Hooker Foundation’s support of the Humpty Dumpty Foundation and the local communities in which they operate is immeasurable. Their support of families in Batemans Bay means children have access to the latest life-saving medical equipment. I applaud this contribution to Batemans Bay Hospital as it demonstrates LJ Hooker Foundation’s commitment to the wider community”.

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