ExxonMobil in Thailand donates 100,000 baht to Namphong Hospital for medical equipment purchase

Khon Kaen – The management and employees of ExxonMobil affiliates in Thailand presented a 100,000-baht donation to Namphong Hospital to purchase a pediatric vital sign monitor, a dentistry water filter, and Gutta Percha Obturation Pen.

Dr. Taweesak Bunluesin (back row, 3rd right), public and government affairs manager, ExxonMobil Limited (EML), Warathum Tungittiplakorn (back row, 4th right), vice president of ExxonMobil Exploration and Production Khorat Inc. (EMEPKI), Monchai Thongmesri (back row, 1st right) Nam Phong Superintendent, EMEPKI, Woranun Sakulsiritarakul (back row, 2nd  right), EML public and government affairs advisor, together with employees, presented the donation to Siriporn Ruangudom (back row, 3rd left), head of nursing, Namphong Hospital. Dr. Natkritta Ponor (front row, 3rd left), head of Dentistry, and hospital staff witnessed the presentation.

Siriporn said, “Thank you, ExxonMobil, for supporting funds to purchase medical equipment for the hospital. This support benefits the Nam Phong district community and nearby areas in receiving faster and more accurate treatment.”

As an affiliate of Exxon Mobil Corporation, EML and EMEPKI emphasize doing business operations that go along with social responsibility while engaging, creating, and supporting development in the operating communities.

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Email: thailand-public-affairs@exxonmobil.com

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