Oceana Group thanks AMS healthcare workers

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  • Gift of the Givers
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The AMS welcomed members of the Oceana Group, Hospital Heroes and Gift of the Givers to the Cape Town base. Oceana Group partnered with the Hospital Heroes and Gift of the Givers to thank all EMS staff in the Western Cape for their hard work and dedication during the COVID-19 pandemic. The team paid tribute to the AMS healthcare workers by donating care packs as a gesture of appreciation for their contribution to serving the community.

“We are grateful to the Oceana Group, the amazing individuals of the Hospital Heroes campaign and Gift of the Givers for acknowledging the contribution of our team during the pandemic. It is these small gestures that keeps us motivated during these challenging times. This initiative is a great example of how different industries and sectors can work together to make a change” Farhaad Haffejee, AMS Corporate Development Manager.

Oceana Group Executive: Corporate & Regulatory Affairs, Zodwa Velleman said, “These are challenging times for our nation, and the ethos of Nelson Mandela – of courage, service and sacrifice – has never been more important. It’s an honour to acknowledge and reward the heroic efforts of the Air Mercy Service crew who so bravely provide a critical service to our communities. It’s one way that we stay true to our commitment to positively impacting lives for the communities we operate in and to positively impacting lives wherever we can.”

“As paramedic official thank you’s are rare and each would have special value, when we do receive one like this special well thought out care package it makes all the difference. We strive to serve the community and help to the best of our ability. We do our job not because we have to but for the love of it. Thank you for your generosity, we appreciate your kindness” Claudia Hodges, AMS Emergency Care Practitioner & Clinical Training Coordinator.

“As paramedic official thank you’s are rare and each would have special value, when we do receive one like this special well thought out care package it makes all the difference. We strive to serve the community and help to the best of our ability. We do our job not because we have to but for the love of it. Thank you for your generosity, we appreciate your kindness” Claudia Hodges, AMS Emergency Care Practitioner & Clinical Training Coordinator.

Thank you for supporting our team Oceana Group, Hospital Heroes and Gift of the Givers.