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Celebrating blood donors with Hamilton Princess

Tim Morrison, the general manager of the Hamilton Princess & Beach Club, centre, stands alongside Pamela Outerbridge and Malcolm Swan, flanked by members of the hospital’s pathology and blood donor centre teams (Photograph supplied)

Prizes have gone to the winners of a raffle for Bermuda’s community of blood donors, celebrating both newcomers and regulars.

The Hamilton Princess & Beach Club is in its fourth year of sponsoring prizes for blood and apheresis donors.

Regular donor Pamela Outerbridge won a night’s stay at the resort and newcomer Malcolm Swan won a champagne brunch.

The hotel also regularly takes part in the corporate blood drive competition.

Bermuda’s service is entirely voluntary, making it “a gold standard for safety and quality”, according to acting pathology manager Giselle Ming.

She thanked “these heroes who ensure lives can be saved with safe, voluntary blood and apheresis donations”.

Tim Morrison, the Hamilton Princess general manager, said the resort was happy to support donations that were “vital for our community, saving lives and supporting critical care for patients who need therapeutic treatments”.

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Published July 08, 2024 at 6:44 pm (Updated July 09, 2024 at 6:11 pm)

Celebrating blood donors with Hamilton Princess

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