We’re excited to share the news about the arrival of the video laryngoscopes at the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, donated through our College’s incredible fundraising efforts in the recent City2Surf.
Dr Tim Schindler from the Royal Hospital for Women sends this message of thanks to everyone in our generous Waverley family.
“These new laryngoscopes, being smaller and having live video assistance, are going to be an enormous help in intubating our tiniest premature babies that need ventilation, and we are so grateful to the Waverley College community for making this possible.”
Is Your Family up for the Premmie Marathon Challenge?
The Premmie Marathon Challenge runs in November, during the globally-recognised ‘Prematurity Awareness Month.’
If anyone in the Waverley community is interested in taking part, it’s free to sign up! All involvement helps shine a light on the issue of prematurity this Prematurity Awareness Month.
Fundraising is optional (however, a marathon medal will be sent to all participants who raise or donate $75.) Kms can be tracked on the interactive App.
Simply choose your own marathon distance:
which you can run/walk/cycle/swim/roll through the month of November.
Funds raised go to lifesaving neonatal equipment, giving sick and premature babies a better chance of survival.
Ms Vanessa Witton
Marketing Communications Specialist