CHASE Donates Utility Van to St. Joseph’s Hospital

JIS Webmaster
06 Feb, 2014
W. Billy Heaven, CEO of the CHASE Fund (left), hands over the keys to a new utility vehicle to Matthew Taylor, St. Joseph’s Hospital during the handover of the utility vehicle on January 29 at the Hospital.
W. Billy Heaven, CEO of the CHASE Fund (left), hands over the keys to a new utility vehicle to Matthew Taylor, St. Joseph’s Hospital during the handover of the utility vehicle on January 29 at the Hospital.

The St. Joseph’s Hospital was presented with a new utility vehicle, courtesy of the CHASE Fund, during a handover ceremony at the hospital on January 29.

According to Gail Hudson, CEO of St. Joseph’s Hospital, the vehicle will be used for transporting specimens and goods.  She noted that the hospital had been operating without a vehicle for the last two years.

W. Billy Heaven, CEO of the CHASE Fund (left), shares a light moment with (left to right) Gail Hudson, CEO of the St. Joseph’s Hospital, Dr. Denise Goffe, member of the St. Joseph’s Hospital Board and driver, Matthew Taylor during the handover of the utility vehicle on January 29 at the St. Joseph’s Hospital.
W. Billy Heaven, CEO of the CHASE Fund (left), shares a light moment with (left to right) Gail Hudson, CEO of the St. Joseph’s Hospital, Dr. Denise Goffe, member of the St. Joseph’s Hospital Board and driver, Matthew Taylor during the handover of the utility vehicle on January 29 at the St. Joseph’s Hospital.

CHASE CEO W. Billy Heaven said that the fund was pleased to contribute to improved operations at the hospital.  He added that in ten years of operation, CHASE had spent $2 billion to improve health facilities across the island