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Asanteman Association of Chicago donates hospital equipment to KATH


The Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital has received 93 electronic beds and 88 mattresses to help improve health care delivery.

The equipment donated by the Asanteman Association of Chicago (USA) is to help retool the hospital for efficient work to facilitate the treatment of patients.

President of the Association, Nana Addai Baffour, said the donation is part of the Association’s commitment to supporting the Ashanti Region’s health sector.

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“The purpose of this project was to decorate wards and also provide them with beds to help the hospital accommodate enough patients. These beds will give patients and hospital workers the opportunity to work effectively. These are part of the efforts to equip health facilities in the region and across the country,” he stated.

According to him, the project is in honour and fulfilment of a promise to the Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu ll’s call for support to the health needs in the region.

Acting CEO of KATH, Dr Kojo Sarbeng, commended the Association for the gesture and extended appreciation to Otumfuo.

“At this moment, what we need most as a hospital is retooling. “It is sometimes very challenging when it comes to hospital beds, this is because they are not handy to us. So we are using this opportunity to say a very big thank you to the Association for remembering the hospital as one of your own,” he said.

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[Source: MyJoyOnline.com]

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