Fifteen health centres around the country will have computers to assist with their administration work and record keeping.
On Friday August 31, Westpac's Head of Marketing Nirmala Nambiar donated the first five refreshed computers to the Ministry of Health deputy secretary Hospital Services, Doctor Eroni Tuicakau.
In a joint effort, Westpac and Rotary Club of Suva East have pledged to donate 15 computers to assist health centres around the country.
"Health centres around the country do a great job in assisting so many people every day. We know resources are limited and are happy to be able to assist," said Ms Nambiar.
Since the decentralisation of the outpatient's service at the Colonial War Memorial Hospital, health centres around the country have been upgraded to cater for more patients.
Dr Tuicakau, said, "We are happy to have received these computers and are happy that the private sector is supporting the Ministry of Health's drive to provide excellent health care for the people of Fiji."
"Our aim is to provide good service for people in their own local areas through efficient health services of the health centres and these computers will certainly assist us to do that."