Roscommon Hospital Action Committee (HAC) this week presented Roscommon University Hospital with a cheque for €6,000 towards a machine for reconstructive micro pigmentation used following invasive surgery.
This is a further contribution from Roscommon HAC towards hospital equipment. Over the last five years Roscommon HAC has contributed over €40,000 to Roscommon Hospital and Roscommon Sacred Heart Hospital towards equipment that is invaluable to the continuation of the variety of services at the hospitals. The funding was used for heart monitors, specialised beds, blood monitoring equipment and most recently this machine for reconstructive micro pigmentation.
“This latest equipent is hugely significant to the development of services at the hospital, especially the work of Dr. Deirdre Jones, Consultant Plastic & Reconstructive Surgeon, on skin cancer” said Cllr. Valerie Byrne.
Funding for this equipment came from the people of Rosommon from church gate collections that Roscommon HAC holds each year.
Roscommon Hospital Action Committee are holding their annual church gate collection on September 3rd and 4th in the Roscommon area and on September 17th and 18th in the Boyle Area. Please support.