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Travel kits give helping hand to transfer patients


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Members of Caithness Health Action Team prepare to dispatch some of the 100 mile helper kits.
Members of Caithness Health Action Team prepare to dispatch some of the 100 mile helper kits.

CAITHNESS Health Action Team (Chat) has begun distributing its 100 mile helpers to Caithness hospitals, GP surgeries and health care centres.

The kits are designed to provide essential overnight and travel supplies for expectant mothers and other patients from the far north who have to travel to Raigmore Hospital in Inverness at short notice.

Read more in today's John O'Groat Journal.


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