Frontline healthcare professionals at the Sangre Grande Hospital, Eastern Regional Health Authority were honoured by over fifty representatives from Vintage Toys Car Club, New Millennium Knight Riders, Team Riders and Law Enforcement Riders in their “Cruise for a Cause” initiative.

Led by Mr. Alastair Saunders, President of Vintage Car Club, the group of bikers and car enthusiasts rode to the hospital and presented a trophy, face masks and hand sanitizers to show their appreciation to frontline healthcare workers for their dedication, hard work and amazing response to the Covid-19 challenge.

Ms. Alicia Ross, Nursing Supervisor, together with Ms. Glennis Francis, Acting Nursing Supervisor, Ms. Deianna Carter, Acting Head Nurse and Ms. Ceula Portillo, Registered Nurse, received the tokens on behalf of the employees of the Authority and thanked the group for their thoughtful gesture. The nursing professionals also encouraged the riders to continue adhering to the safety protocols and to lead the way influencing our population to get vaccinated in the fight against the pandemic.

Nurses pose for a photo with a biker as they receive tokens of appreciation

Ms. Alicia Ross, Nursing Supervisor, accepts a token on behalf of the ERHA from Mr. Franklyn Hall, President of the Law Enforcement Riders


Motorcycles at Sangre Grande Hospital


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