Westpac Daily Missions for the week ending Monday 17 July 2017

Monday 10 July 2017, 544 2.52am W2 Grahams Beach – Crew tasked to Grahams Beach to assist a male patient in his 80s who was suffering a medical complaint. He was transported to Middlemore Hospital in a moderate condition.
Thursday 13 July 2017, 548 11.00am W2 Waiuku – Crew tasked to Waiuku to assist a male patient in his 70s suffering a medical complaint. He was transported to Middlemore Hospital in a serious condition.
Thursday 13 July 2017, 550 5.11pm W2 Pollok – Crew tasked to Pollok to assist a male patient in his 70s suffering a medical complaint. He was transported to Auckland City Hospital in a critical condition.
Sunday 16 July 2017, 556 11.42am W2 Awhitu – Crew tasked to Manukau Heads to assist a male patient in his 70s who had suffered a fall in his garage. The patient was transported to Middlemore Hospital in a moderate condition.
Sunday 16 July 2017, 557 3.22pm W2 Port Waikato – Crew tasked to Port Waikato to assist a young girl having seizures. The patient was in a moderate condition and an airlift to hospital wasn’t required.
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