North-East hospital is donated thousands to buy precision instruments

Charge Nurse Paul Robson,  Rotary President Ken Young and Opthalmic Surgeon Narayanan Krishnamoothy

Charge Nurse Paul Robson, Rotary President Ken Young and Opthalmic Surgeon Narayanan Krishnamoothy

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THANKS to a generous donation, a North-East hospital can buy precision instruments for eye operations.

Darlington Rotary Club and The Friends of Darlington Memorial Hospital raised £4,600 to buy two sets of surgical instruments for Darlington Memorial Hospital.

The donation came after ophthalmology consultant Mr Narayanan Krishnamoothy said the instruments – used to restore tear drainage and in eye-lid surgery - would significantly improve the service and number of patients seen.

Rotary President Ken Young attended the hospital recently where he was thanked by charge nurse Paul Robson and Mr Krishnamoothy.

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