Prescript - Our Giving Update I September 2018



It’s that time again – welcome to September’s giving update!

Here at Prescript Recruitment, we embed giving in what we do to create a habit of giving. Every time we help a doctor with the next step in their career in regional Australia we also contribute towards medical coverage in rural Kenya.

Our BIG goal is to pay a doctor's salary for an entire year, plus assist with food, clean water and power at a health centre in Odede - Western Kenya.

I am excited to tell you that we have reached 306 days of a doctor’s salary paid for. That means, as of today, we are just 59 days away from 12 months of a doctor’s salary paid for. And for that, I say, ‘thank you’!

Did you also know that through working with our hospitals, clinics and doctors in Australia, the following impacts have been created for the Odede community?

  • Given 127 nourishing meals to children with HIV

  • Provided 125 days of hospital maintenance

  • Given 23 days of access to life-saving clean water for patients

Odede is located in a rural Western Kenya, where most people live in extreme poverty. Doctors help provide life-saving medical care every day for the village and the surrounding community.

All this has been made possible by our membership of the Global Business Giving initiative B1G1. It means your choice to work with Prescript ensures something great happens in the world and saves lives as well.

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Thank you so much for being part of the Prescript community. We’re privileged to work with you. Your ongoing commitment and support is truly appreciated, and I look forward to giving you our next update!

Stef McLaughlin - Prescript's Credentialing, Quality & Giving Manager // 0416 544 577

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If you would like to learn more about Prescript, you can watch the short 'Our Story' video on YouTube.

At Prescript we're known for helping solve the regional doctor shortage in Australia. Every day we're focused on two clear outcomes - Helping hospitals find doctors that create departments and clinics that run better, have more capacity and less stress. And placing doctors in jobs that leave them feeling highly valued, rewarded and, most importantly, enjoying what they do.