Humpty Dumpty Foundation and Laing O'Rourke donate baby monitor to Blacktown Hospital

Baby Mason Bell makes use of a new monitor donated to Blacktown Hospital last week. Also pictured is nurse Edu Cadtromero, Dr Anjali Dhawan, nurse unit manager Terry Freeman, Lang O'Rourke representatives Mark Dimmock, Susan Crawford, David Ong and David Gill, and (centre) Humpty Dumpty Foundation general manager Julie Abbott

Baby Mason Bell makes use of a new monitor donated to Blacktown Hospital last week. Also pictured is nurse Edu Cadtromero, Dr Anjali Dhawan, nurse unit manager Terry Freeman, Lang O'Rourke representatives Mark Dimmock, Susan Crawford, David Ong and David Gill, and (centre) Humpty Dumpty Foundation general manager Julie Abbott

Blacktown Hospital has received a vital contribution to the health of babies recovering from surgery.

Laing O’Rourke and the Humpty Dumpty Foundation presented the special care nursery with a patient monitor worth $21,500 on Thursday.

The monitor measures a child’s blood pressure, temperature, heart rate and respiratory rate to keep track of their post-surgery recovery.

The Humpty Dumpty Foundation raises money for equipment that will make a significant impact on the lives of sick and injured children around Australia.

Laing O’Rourke region director Mark Dimmock said the company is proud to support the charity and Blacktown Hospital.

“We are committed to leaving meaningful legacies in the communities where we are working,” he said.

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