Ritchie’s SUPA IGA Nambucca Heads,&nbsp;IGA Bowraville and the Humpty Dumpty Foundation added a vital new piece of equipment to the maternity ward at Macksville District Hospital with the donation of a Bilisoft LED Phototherapy System. Jaundice, or yellowing of the skin and eyes, occurs in approximately 50 per cent of full-term babies and 80 per cent&nbsp;of pre-term babies in their first week of life.&nbsp;If undetected, it can cause cerebral palsy, deafness and/or brain damage. The&nbsp;$9680 Bilisoft Phototherapy System is used to treat jaundice, with the baby wrapped in the therapy blanket and kept at the mother’s bedside. “We are pleased to be making this donation to Macksville District Hospital,” Ritchie’s SUPA IGA Nambucca Heads Store Manager Chris Peacock said. “So far this year, IGA retailers have&nbsp;donated nine&nbsp;pieces of medical equipment to hospitals across NSW … and we are proud to make this contribution to Macksville District Hospital.&nbsp; “It is great to have access to the Bilisoft Phototherapy System locally and we hope that it can assist many children and their families if, and when they need it.” Humpty Dumpty Foundation founder, Paul Francis, said&nbsp;IGA’s support of the&nbsp;Foundation and the local community in which they operated was immeasurable.&nbsp; “Their support of families in Macksville means children have access to the latest life-saving medical equipment. “I applaud this contribution to&nbsp;Macksville District Hospital&nbsp;as it demonstrates IGA’s commitment to the wider community,” he said.