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Greensill gives Friendly donation for hospital patients

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Friendly Society Private Hospital CEO Alan Cooper thanked Greensill Farming Group General Manager Damien Botha for their compassionate consideration in donating a massage chair to the Palliative Care Unit.

A massage chair donated to Friendly Society Private Hospital by Greensill Farming Group will provide added comfort for palliative care patients.

The Friendly Society Private Hospital CEO Alan Cooper thanked Greensill Farming Group for their compassionate consideration in donating the massage chair to the Palliative Care Unit. 

Mr Cooper said the exceptional gesture was also accompanied by a donation towards a new blood pressure machine.

“We are thankful for the support from the local business leaders as we all work together to support this region,” Mr Cooper said.

“These donations help The Friendly Society Private Hospital to provide the best care for our patients.

By providing these services, the community has access to local treatment, allowing patients to stay close to home and their support network.”

Greensill Farming Group General Manager Damien Botha was happy to see the chair set up and ready to use for some of our most vulnerable patients, providing them with some comfort during their stay at The Friendly Society Private Hospital.

“The Friendlies Hospital do a wonderful job of supporting our local community, especially during recent challenging times,” Damian said.

“This donation was a great opportunity for Greensill Farming Group to show our support of the Friendlies team and the work they do, not only in the Palliative Care Unit, but the entire hospital.”

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