During 2018 St Augustine’s Medical Services (SAMS) sent out a call to local schools and authorities, to let them know that its doors were open should they wish to arrange a tour of the private medical hospital for their students.
This is an offer which SAMS will continue going forward as they spearhead the drive for continuous improvement in both the services they offer and the use of the latest technology available in the medical field.
Allyson Amechi, Admin Executive for SAMS, extended this invitation: “During the lead up to the festive season we know that there may be less demanding days for students in terms of the school curriculum, so we are sending out a reminder that our offer to have an educational visit to our facility is an activity that teachers might find of value to their students. Our doors are open!”
“Also, at this time of year, we know that many teachers will be reminding students to make a special effort to be aware of those less fortunate than themselves. Each year at SAMS we collect gift items for both children and the elderly. It would be amazing if any of the schools who may wish to visit might ask their students to consider whether they have something they might wish to give? Of course, this is not a pre-requisite for the visit taking place, just a gentle reminder to students of all ages, that giving is a way of making both themselves and someone else happy,” she concluded.
SAMS would be pleased to accept any games, toys or tinned food items or toiletries which any visitors to the facility might feel able to offer. These will be distributed by the SAMS team during the month of December.
SAMS requests that any schools or student bodies interested in visiting and touring the facility contact Allyson Amechi on 440 6175 or submit a written request.
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