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Nestle Donates 6 ICU Beds to Greek Hospital

November 3, 2020

ATHENS — Nestlé Hellas will donate 6 beds in the intensive care unit (ICU) of the "Aghia Sophia" public children's hospital, it said on Tuesday.

Under this gift, it said in a statement, it will donate 3 new ICUs and completely upgrade another 3 ICUs in the surgery department.

President and CEO of Nestlé Hellas Nikos Emmanouilides said that the gift was the company's contribution to the National Health System, especially the children, "who are the hope of our future and the source of our optimism."

 

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