Rotary Club donate blood pressure monitors

PUBLISHED: 22:00 04 November 2013 | UPDATED: 22:00 04 November 2013

Dr Wendy Harrison, attended the Rotary Club of March to collect 9 Blood Pressure Monitors on behalf of the Cornerstone Practice. Left:,2012/13 Community Service Chairman Rotarian John Lattimore, Dr Wendy Harrison and current President Peter Bennett.

Dr Wendy Harrison, attended the Rotary Club of March to collect 9 Blood Pressure Monitors on behalf of the Cornerstone Practice. Left:,2012/13 Community Service Chairman Rotarian John Lattimore, Dr Wendy Harrison and current President Peter Bennett.

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Blood pressure equipment has been donated to a doctor’s surgery thanks to the Rotary Club of March.

Nine blood pressure monitors were collected by Dr Wendy Harrrison on behalf of the Cornerstone Practice.

The Rotary Community Service Committee Chairman Rtn. John Lattimore presented the monitors to Dr. Harrison who thanked the club for their kind donation saying they would not only be used by staff at the practice but also to loan to patients to collect blood pressure data in their own homes.

The money to buy the monitors was raised by the 2012/13 Community Service Committee who had a goal to bring in funds for the benefit of the community.


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