Thursday, 23. May 2013 - 05:05
24. 07. 08. - 19:00
By Marija Andric
The Split Lions club has donated two medical devices worth 600.000 kunas (85,000 Euros) to Split Hospital's Children's Intensive Care Department.
One of the devices is a reanimation bed for infants, the other a transport incubator.
The hospital has an incubator already but it is so old that it needs to be replaced, Department of Intensive Care Medicine for children Julije Mestrovic said.
The incubator is used for around 10 annual trips between Dubrovnik and Split and another ten between Zagreb and Split.
The donation derives from a humanitarian concert called "Za mrvu ljubavi" or "For a Bit of Love," that took place in Split back in April.
Lions Club President Branko Dragicevic has thanked Split residents for their response.
The Lions Club is a charitable society much like the Rotary club.
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