Monday , July 16 2018 10:52 am
Home / General News / Hon. Vanderpuije Donates Ultrasound scanning machine to Mamprobi Polyclinic

Hon. Vanderpuije Donates Ultrasound scanning machine to Mamprobi Polyclinic

The Member of Parliament for Ablekuma South Dr. Alfred Okoe Vanderpuije on Thursday 17/5/2018″ donated an ultrasound scanning machine to the Mamprobi Polyclinic, within the constituency. 

The gesture was occasioned by an incessant request made following a malfunctioned Scanning Machine at the facility by the hospital authorities.

 

Dr. Kate, a practitioner at the polyclinic welcomed the Hon Vanderpuje, and his entourage for his Nobel and kind gesture, and also acknowledged the good interventions the MP has been providing for the polyclinic.

The Member of Parliament in his submission thanked the entire staff of Mamprobi Polyclinic for their selfless and dedicated service in the Ablekuma South constituency.

He mentioned a situation where he had to undergo surgery in last month but he was advised to do it here in Ghana. He alluded that, he went to the Korle- Bu teaching Hospital to undertake such medical exercise.

He emphasized on the quality of Health practitioners we have in Ghana and the need to support them to aspire to greater heights.

 

A senior medical superintendent at the facility Dr. Addo received the machine on behalf of the polyclinic and expressed his heartfelt gratitude and appreciation to the MP and maintained that, from now onwards, there would not be cases of referrals to Korle-Bu when it comes to ultrasound scanning on any part of the human body from henceforth.

The presentation was well witnessed by patients who had come for treatment in the hospital, the staff from the MPs office, and the entire medical practitioners of the Mamprobi Polyclinic respectively.

 

 

Nana Dogbe|ahotoronline.com|Ghana

Check Also

EC Chief Accountant refunds Ghc422,000 ‘missing’ cash

The reinstated Chief Accountant of the Electoral Commission (EC), Kwaku Owusu Agyei-Larbi, has refunded the …

Ghana lost GH¢892M in 2017 to financial irregularities in MDAs

Ghana lost GH¢892 million in the year 2017 to what is described as financial irregularities …

KNUST: Katanga, Conti to become mixed halls

Management of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) will convert the two …

Leave Your Comment

%d bloggers like this: