South Coast Hospice has experienced many miracles during the years it has been in existence. The association held its 33rd annual general meeting at the Port Shepstone Country Club last Thursday where it was revealed that the past two years have been productive for the association.
When presenting his report, chairman David Boyd said it was pleasing to report that, following the restructuring and downsizing towards the end of last year, South Coast Hospice and its team had performed admirably in all aspects during the year under review.
“The reopening of an upgraded inpatient unit, which is fully functional and incorporates doctor consulting facilities. was a huge success,” said Mr Boyd. Upgrading was financed through donor support and extended to cover a revamped day care lounge, entrance, the downstairs garage area and painting of buildings.
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