Ablakwa presents medical equipment to Bator Catholic Hospital

25/04/2019

Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, Member of Parliament for North Tongu, on Easter Monday presented medical equipment worth over GHC200,000 to the Bator Catholic Hospital.

The items, meant for the children’s ward included; patient monitors, suction machines, recliner chairs, digital weighing scales, microwaves, patient lockers, theatre beds, mattresses, pillow cases, bedsheets, refrigerator, flat screen televisions, medications and wheelchairs.

Mr. Okudzeto Ablakwa also supported the Hospital to expand the children’s ward to include a fully furnished in-house mothers’ hostel.

The presentation was climaxed with a party for children on admission and others in the Bator Township to mark the Easter celebrations.

The MP said the gesture was to boost the recovery process of children on admission and to “return North Tongu’s love for me.”

Mr. Okudzeto Ablakwa said the donation was to improve quality healthcare delivery and inspire health workers at the Hospital to continue to give their best to clients.


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