The Concerned Citizens Association of Tema has donated items to the Narh-Bita Hospital in Tema.
The donation was supported by the chiefs and elders of Tema.
The items, made up of 10 beds, a washing machine and metal cabinets, were in recognition of the hospital’s invaluable medical services and other outreach programmes to the people of Tema and its environs.
Making the donation on behalf of the association, Bishop Samuel Williams said the group decided to support the hospital to update its services to the people.
He pledged the association’s support for health facilities in the metropolis in order to bring health services to the doorstep of the people.
Bishop Williams urged other public-spirited Ghanaians to donate to public institutions with the view to improving their service delivery to the people.
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Receiving the items on behalf of the hospital, Dr (Mrs) Catherine Narh Menka, the Deputy Medical Director, thanked the donors for their goodwill towards the hospital and promised that the kind gesture would ever remain in the annals of the institution.
She assured Bishop Williams that the items would be used judiciously to increase the output of the hospital for the benefit of all.
Dr Menka also pledged the hospital’s readiness to offer scholarships to brilliant, needy students of Tema Manhean to study nursing at the Narh-Bita College.