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Three Angels Pharmacy Supports GAiN Jamaica Conference

The Three Angels Pharmacy is fully on board for Global Adventist Internet Network (GAiN) Jamaica Conference. The pharmacy, located in Mandeville has decided to be a sponsor of the event, which runs from July 4-6, 2019 at the luxurious Iberostar Rose Hall Beach Hotel in Montego Bay.

A presentation of the pharmacy’s commitment took place at the headquarters of the Jamaica Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventist in Mandeville on Monday, May 27, 2019.

In addition to the sponsorship, the 14 year-old company’s Mobile Clinic will be at the Lilliput Community and Resource Centre to assist with a free health clinic on Sunday, July 7, 2019, which is the community outreach aspect of GAiN Jamaica.

Owner of Three Angels pharmacy, Mr. Rohan McNellie, signs the sponsorship agreement in support of the GAiN Jamaica Conference scheduled for July 4 – 6, 2019 at the Iberostar Rose Hall Beach hotel in Montego Bay. Witnessing the signing from left are Dr. Meric Walker, Executive Secretary of the Jamaica Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists (JAMU) and Mr. Nigel Coke, Communication Director of the Adventist Church in Jamaica

“Apart from its close proximity to the Iberostar Rose Hall Beach Hotel, the community of Lilliput was selected for the health outreach because it has not benefited over the years from many of the health outreach activities in the parish,” said Nigel Coke, Communication Director for the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Jamaica.

“So, as we collaborate with Three Angels Mobile Clinic, the Adventist HYPE Mobile Clinic, the various medical and layperson volunteers and the Lilliput Seventh-day Adventist Church, we feel privileged to be a part of this project and look forward to serving this community,” Coke added.

The conference, organized by the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Jamaica is aimed at educating and training communication and technology professionals for community outreach using technology.

“It’s always a pleasure to participate in these types of ventures where we help people to grow by educating and empowering them and also striving to make the people of Jamaica heathier, one community at a time,” explained Rohan McNellie, owner of Three Angels Pharmacy.

Mr. Rohan McNellie, owner of Three Angels Pharmacy greets Mr. Nigel Coke, Communication Director of the Adventist Church in Jamaica during a meeting at the Seventh-day Adventists headquarters in Mandeville. At left is Dr. Meric Walker Executive Secretary of the Jamaica Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists (JAMU)

Among the topics slated for the conference are ‘New Technologies in Medicine’, which will be presented by Dr. Marvin Rouhotas, CEO of Andrews Memorial Hospital and ‘Technology for Persons with Disabilities’ to be presented by Senator Dr. Floyd Morris, who is visually impaired.

“We thank Three Angel’s Pharmacy for their partnership with GAiN Jamaica. We appreciate their double involvement at this time when our church is involved in Mission Project 2019, which is a health initiative focused on impacting communities through our health message and ministry,” Coke said

On March 31st this year, the Three Angels Mobile Clinic celebrated its second anniversary of service to the people of Jamaica. So far they have done free outreach activities in 70 communities in 10 parishes and have attended to approximately 7,000 individuals across most demographics.

GAiN Jamaica is also sponsored by Lasco Distributors, Lasco Financial Services; who are title sponsors, Jamaica Stock Exchange, Jamaica Bedding Company, the RJR/Gleaner Communication Group, NCU Media Group and Ready TV.

Mr. Rohan McNellie, owner of Three Angels Pharmacy presents the sponsorship cheque to Mr. Nigel Coke, Communication Director of the Adventist Church in Jamaica. At left is Dr. Meric Walker Executive Secretary of the Jamaica Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists (JAMU)