'Real difference': Liverpool Hospital benefits from new ventilator

Liverpool Hospital have received a Hamilton T1 Neo Ventilator courtesy of the Humpty Dumpty Foundation and Hitachi Construction Machinery Oceania.
Liverpool Hospital have received a Hamilton T1 Neo Ventilator courtesy of the Humpty Dumpty Foundation and Hitachi Construction Machinery Oceania.

Humpty Dumpty Foundation founder and chairman Paul Francis said now more than ever, it is important they continue their "critical work" of providing essential medical equipment to both hospitals and health services in need right across the country.

The Humpty Dumpty Foundation and Hitachi Construction Machinery Oceania have boosted Liverpool Hospital's paediatric care with the donation of a Hamilton T1 Neo Ventilator valued at $59,880 to the Emergency Department. The transport ventilator allows Liverpool Hospital to provide optimal ventilation therapy to all patient groups.

"It is only with the support of generous donors like Hitachi Construction Machinery Oceania that the Humpty Dumpty Foundation can urgently help frontline staff and make a real difference to Liverpool Hospital," Mr Francis said.

Hitachi Construction Machinery Oceania regional general manager David Harvey said: "We wanted to be actively involved in supporting the Humpty Dumpty Foundation in delivering much needed medical equipment to local hospitals."