The 35th container of hospital equipment for Cambodia was packed on Saturday 13 October with 42 beds, an anaesthetic machine and various other items.  26 of the beds were donated by the St John of God Hospital in Bunbury, which Goldstar Transport collected from Bunbury for us at no costs.   Had these beds not been collected, they would probably have been cut up and dumped!  Goldstar have been a great supporter of this program and their assistance is greatly appreciated.  
Pip recently caught up with Professor Lim Taing from the Khmer Friendship Hospital in Perth who was attending a Medical Conference.  He stated that there are still 200 patients sleeping on mats on the floor so the requirement for beds and hospital equipment is still urgently required.
Thanks to all those that assisted with the collection and packing of this equipment, and to Goldstar Transport for their assistance with the fork lift.   After we had done our job, Goldstar brought out their BIG lifter and carried the container away.
With a major upgrade planned for the St John of God Hospital in Subiaco, and the closure of the PMH, which we hope to get some equipment from, we are expecting to collect more equipment this year than ever before.  If you can assist us with a donation, it will allow us to ship more equipment.  A tax deductible donation can be made by clicking here.