Hospice welcomes spring

2016-09-07 06:00
Welcoming spring last week (from left) Neil McDonald, Lungi Khumalo, Sister NC Mbatha, Nonjabulo Mavundla, Thabile Dlamini, GT Mthiyane and Elaine Trotter. Photo: supplied

Welcoming spring last week (from left) Neil McDonald, Lungi Khumalo, Sister NC Mbatha, Nonjabulo Mavundla, Thabile Dlamini, GT Mthiyane and Elaine Trotter. Photo: supplied

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SPRING is in the air and even the Hospice staff can feel it.

“We have had such lovely weather lately,” said CEO Neil McDonald and Hospice staff wishing all a good spring season, with new beginnings.

“Shake off the cold and dreariness, shake off the burdens and troubles that make us sick and are pushing us down.

“It is also a ‘new season’ for our patients to get better,” said Sister NC Mbatha.

“We have had and cared for lots of very sick patients lately, but we know this season is changing.

“We sing and pray every morning here at Hospice,” she added.

If anyone needs the palliative nursing care that Hospice offers for free, contact Hospice on 083 597 8985 or Hospice@scottnet.co.za

- Supplied.

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