St. Kitts Methodist Men’s Commission Donates Plaque To JNF General Hospital
Basseterre, St. Kitts, March 3rd, 2021 (ZIZ News) In a show of gratitude, the St. Kitts Methodist Men’s Commission donated a plaque to the Joseph N. France General Hospital on Tuesday.
The plaque was handed over by President of the commission, Anthony Jeffers.
He said the plaque donation is in recognition of the contribution of health care providers to the people of St Kitts and Nevis during the Covid-19 pandemic.
“On behalf of our Superintendent Minister the Reverend Mark Christmas and the St. Kitts Methodist community, we present this plaque to you in recognition of your unwavering commitment, hard work and professionalism. We pray and we ask that you all continue to be the kind of support that you all are, and indeed we are grateful and thankful to Almighty God for all of you.”
The plaque was received by Director of Institution Nursing Service at JNF, Kerry Williams.
She thanked the Methodist Men’s Commission for their donation.
“I would like to say by extension on behalf of the Ministry of Health and the Executive Management Committee of Institution Nursing Services a heartfelt thanks to the Sandy Point Methodist Men’s group for such a worthy contribution to the health care providers for all their hard work and contribution to the general public, so we thank you words can’t express how grateful we are thanks very much.”
The plaque reads “the Methodist Church in the Caribbean and the Americas (MCCA ) Men’s Commission St. Kitts Circuit – presented to all health care providers of the IBHS Institutional Based Health Services in recognition and appreciation for its commitment and dedication in health care.”