Hospital staff teach pupils water conservation

PHOTO: suppliedAt the event (from left) Emmanuel Scriber (Registered Nurse), Sabitha Moodley (Registered Nurse) and Nombulelo Ndlovu (Enrolled Nurse).
PHOTO: suppliedAt the event (from left) Emmanuel Scriber (Registered Nurse), Sabitha Moodley (Registered Nurse) and Nombulelo Ndlovu (Enrolled Nurse).

NETCARE St Anne’s Hospital visited Open Gate Primary School recently and educated 320 pupils and teachers about water conservation.

St Anne’s held an interactive session and provided a healthy treat for all.

St Anne’s
Hospital has a number of community social responsibility initiatives.

The water conservation educational drive was part of the hospital’s ongoing trauma injury prevention team programme. - Supplied.

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