Sydney, Australia, December 5, 2019 – Toplace announced today that Wiping Tears, one of their non-for-profit partners has donated four state-of-the-art Philips heart monitors to Bankstown Hospital. These cardiac monitors will have a huge impact, especially to the practical care of the children that are admitted to the Paediatric ward of the said hospital.
The heart monitors are extremely accurate and have the ability to rapidly provide doctors with timely patient data leading to faster, efficient, and accurate care. Technological upgrades like this would certainly improve the performance of the medical staff and ensure the safety of the patients as well.
Toplace came across the need for this essential equipment through a discussion with a staff member of the hospital who indicated that the paediatric ward needed better facilities and that they lacked funding. Such technology is imperative particularly in newborns to ensure that any heart complications are found early on and can be treated promptly.
“It was really beautiful to see how these machines have impacted the lives of the staff, doctors and families in need. The accurate readings from the heart monitors will definitely provide much-needed comfort and ensure immediate and appropriate treatment. Many lives will be saved. Toplace along with Wiping Tears are forever grateful to their sponsors for empowering doctors and staff to look after our most vulnerable members of the community.”, says Larissa Mouawad, General manager of Toplace.
Wiping Tears is a charity foundation that regularly organises fundraisers to support their various humanitarian programs. Their mission is to help fellow Australians who are experiencing financial hardships, homelessness, limited access to education, and lack of medical resources.
Toplace is one of the largest privately-owned property developers in Sydney, Australia. They specialise in the development of apartment complexes. To fulfil the needs and aspirations of the community is one of their company objectives.