Briefly in Munda

Graham arrived in Munda on Saturday afternoon but returned to Honiara on Sunday morning escorting a patient with bowel obstruction. Whilst at the National Referral Hospital he was able to discuss several other patients with medical staff in the paediatric and orthopaedic departments.

The situation at Helena Goldie Hospital is generally good with a reasonable level of nursing staff on the wards. Pharmacy and the medical laboratory service remains restricted by lack of supplies. The water supply to the hospital remains intermittent, partly due to key members of staff on annual leave.

Jenny continues at the hospital, transferring patients as necessary. Most people are finding it too hot here at present.

2 thoughts on “Briefly in Munda

  1. Janet Wilson

    Well we always complain about the weather that we have at the moment – about 6inches of snow kept me in at home yesterday sewing and crafting – its a hard life. Then today it was bright sun, white powdery snow and walking to the shops for supplies for the neighbours. But you are having it too hot! A bit like the sun and the wind competing for the man’s cloak. Hope that you feel back in the way of working out there, as always love and prayers
    Janet

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    1. admin Post author

      Hello Janet & Woodside,

      We would love some snow here but not much chance of that. We are settling back into life & work here.

      Love from Jenny & Graham

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