Concern raised over faulty equipment Mackenzie Hospital

By Jeff Trotman

 

Concern has been raised over two faulty ECG machines at the state-of-the-art Mackenzie Hospi-tal.

Chairman of the Region Ten Health and Environ-ment Committee, Maurice Butters, in his report at the April meeting of the RDC, said one of the two ECG machines, which the Ministry of Health provided at the Mackenzie Hospital, has been deemed out of order even after repairs were done to it.

He said the other machine has an electrical problem and even when the machine is unplugged from the point it has a lingering light. “In addition to that,” Butters reported, “the technician obtained three different readings from a patient by the same machine. It means, therefore, …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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