Entries by PMGH Admin

~ Supreme Industries Ltd brings Christmas Cheer to PMGH ~

The Port Moresby General Hospital children’s ward 1D received a visit from Supreme Industries Ltd this week who supplied Paul’s milk and Tastee New Zealand apples to children.   Sanjay Shah and Nizar Isani presented boxes of food items to sister-charge, Sr. Zilah Wama to be distributed to the children admitted in the ward. The […]

~ Gaining skills in management ~

The National – By OGIA MIAMEL IT was a dream come true for the East Sepik and New Ireland lass Florence Kerry, to be given the offer to study in Australia under the Sir Theophilus Foundation scholarship in 2014. Kerry, a medical laboratory technician with Port Moresby General Hospital pathology unit, always had a passion […]

~ Thank you Nippon Paint for visiting PMGH ~

Nippon paint staff and management visited sick children in wards 1 D and E at the Port Moresby General Hospital and presented fruit salad lunch packs and dolls yesterday. Sales manager, Ashvin Sahai said the visit by the paint company was a way of giving back to those in the community that need it the […]

~ Fincorp gives early Christmas gifts to sick children at PMGH ~

The Port Moresby General Hospital received a welcome visit from Fincorp and Santa Claus last Friday. Adam Hughes, who is the Head of Credit for Fincorp was dressed in Santa Claus attire with his team and gave early Christmas presents to every child in the children’s ward at PMGH. Mr. Hughes said it was a […]

~ Thank you TEMIS for bringing a little Christmas cheer to PMGH ~

A group of students from Ela Murray International School involved in the TEMIS Serving Others Committee visited the Port Moresby General Hospital on Tuesday this week and presented the children with early Christmas Gifts.   Nine students led by their teacher, Colleen Gabriel and admin assistant, Sylvia Kotapu visited all children’s wards at PMGH and […]

~ Weekly Health Advice from PMGH – World AIDS Day, 1st December 2016 – Part 3 of 3 ~

Top Tips to Reduce Your Risk of Getting HIV or STD’s. 1. Always Practice Safe Sex: When used consistently and correctly, condoms are highly effective in preventing HIV. They are also effective at preventing sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) that are transmitted through bodily fluids, such as gonorrhea and chlamydia. However, they provide less protection against […]