Adventists in Rest Store Impact Communities Through Health

The treat of rain could not damper the enthusiasm of members of the Rest Store Seventh-day Adventist Church and the Andrews Memorial Hospital (AMH) Outreach Team as they collaborated to impact the communities of Rest Store, Plowden, New Broughton, Cross Keys, Rose Hill, Wigton and Lottery, during a Health Fair hosted on the Church grounds, on Sunday, September 17, 2017.

The fair, which had to be postponed because of the June flood rains saw the entire Church ground transformed into a hospital with doctors’ cubicles, pharmacy, registration desk, triage area, pedicure station, ECG room.

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The Triage Area | Credits: Lisa-marie Samuels

“This has been a really fulfilling weekend.” says Matron Carol Morgan, Vice President of Nursing Services at AMH, and Chief Coordinator of the AMH Outreach Projects. “We are very happy that as a team we were able to reach the people from the various communities who utilized our services.”

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