Kintore energy company gets a buzz from Royal Aberdeen Children’s Hospital donation

Solar co-ordinator Mark Stuart presenting the staff with the buzzers

KINTORE-based green energy company i-Protech has donated 15 pagers to the Theatre team at Royal Aberdeen Children’s Hospital.

Solar co-ordinator Mark Stuart presented the staff with the buzzers, which will be used to notify parents when their child is awake and in recovery following surgery.

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Mark explained: “We were approached by a member of the Theatre team, who asked if we might be able to supply new pagers to replace their old ones and, of course, we were only too happy to help.

“They researched the type they thought would be best – PUK (Pager-UK) Compact pagers – and we sourced them. It was great to meet the team, and we hope that the pagers will help make things a little easier for parents and their families during what can be a difficult time.”

Lightweight and convenient, the pagers allow the medical staff to communicate confidentially with parents, by sending them a flash, beep or vibe, calling them back to the department when their child is out of surgery.

It means that they don’t have to go searching for them and that parents can visit the canteen or a quiet space rather than wait in a congested waiting area.

i-Protech is one of the North-east’s leading specialist designers and installers of Green Energy products, as well as electrical, security, and fire systems.

Set up in 2015 by Stuart Munro, the award-winning company provides solutions for clients, both domestic and commercial, across sectors including energy, agriculture, and utilities.

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