Jewish Care helping out

July 26, 2022 by J-Wire Newsdesk
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Due to an increase in emergency presentations, delays in ambulance patient transfers and a scale-back in elective surgery COVID is creating havoc and Melbourne’s Jewish Care is offering a helping hand.

The Hannah & Daryl Cohen building in Windsor

Jewish Care is working closely with Alfred Health to transfer some of their patients into its residential home in Windsor. These patients are selected on an individual basis, to ensure that they are suitable for the environment and care which we provide.

Lisa Kennett, President of Jewish Care said: “We are working very fast to respond to this pressing need and are privileged to be able to assist in this time of the wider community need. We warmly welcome patients from Alfred Health to experience our Jewish Care environment as they recover”.

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