ISSUE NO: 2
DATE: SEPTEMBER 2003

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The Newsletter of the Friends of the Manx Diabetes Centre

Caarjyn Laare Chingys-Shugyr Vannin
Registered as a charity in the Isle of Man. Charity registration number 894
Website: - www.diabetes.org.im E-mail: - editor@diabetes.org.im E-mail: - secretary@diabetes.org.im
All monies from whatever source received by the Group shall be exclusively spent on the Isle of Man, in the furtherance of the well-being of the diabetic patient
and to facilitate the work of their medical carers.
We have been granted Charity Status by the Charity Commissioners.
Our Charity number is 894

Approximately 9 Million pounds spent on new equipment for Noble’s.
The Minister Mrs. Clare Christian tells “The Diabetic” new Noble’s is designed for excellence and our legacy to future generations.

531 patients had retinal photography at the Manx Diabetes Centre in 2002,
898 patients will have retinal photography in 2003

We go high tech. You can now make donations or join the Group through their website the Friends of the Manx Diabetes Centre at www.diabetes.org.im

 

In This Issue


The Minister for Health and Social Security, Mrs Clare Christian talks to “The Diabetic”
DHSS Information on New Hospital Braddan
Report on Charitable Status
Data Protection
Retinal Photography at Manx Diabetes Centre
The Group goes high tech
Interview with Mr Frank Inman the out going Hospital Manager
Diabetes UK.
Lions Blood Testing Day
Chairman’s interview on Manx Radio
Discussion with Mr Roger Barrs Senior partner of Howarth Clark Whitehill our accountants, explaining tax relief on payments to charities.
Donations
Membership forms
Correspondence
Developments:
Phantom Pains
Obesity in Children
Do you want to know if you are overweight or obese
Contact Numbers
Appointments at the Manx Diabetes Centre
On a lighter note:
The “Kueen’s” visit
Keeping fit
Is the human race doomed because of stupidity
Photographs
Report on the Southern Agricultural Show
Events for the next three months


 

The Minister for Health and Social Security,
Mrs Clare Christian


In an interview with Mrs Clare Christian, the Minister for Health and Social Security, it was explained to “The Diabetic” why it was necessary for the new hospital to have been built.

Mrs Clare Christian Minister for Health and Social Security

Mrs Clare Christian Minister for Health and Social Security

 

The Minister said that her departments key objectives in pursuit of progressing the well-being of the people of the Isle of Man, were the provision

 


 

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