A police officer who has been a friend of the PEP (Progressive Empowerment Party) from inception was recently diagnosed with a Mitral valve prolapse, a type of heart valve disease that affects the valve between the left heart chambers. Due to the nature of his job he has asked to be anonymous.
His medical expenses including all tests and surgery are expected to be TT$50,000.00
A police officer’s salary is barely enough to live a comfortable life, save and take care of a family yet they are asked to risk their lives every day. The police service itself does not offer any medical benefits or part payments towards outside medical insurance. The state has an obligation to do more in making it easier for officers working in all our protective services including the army, coast guard, prisons and fire services to access better health and life insurance.
Please help our friend by donating towards his medical fees so that we could make the life of at least one police officer and his family better.
Thank you from the Progressive Empowerment Party (PEP)
Anonymous donated $196
Stay strong and I hope everything works out.
Hyacinth Persad donated $338
Phillip Edward Alexander has raised awareness of the lack of Health Insurance for Police Officers in Trinidad &Tobago
Anonymous donated $68
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