The Chairman of the Church of Pentecost, Apostle Eric Nyamekye, has expressed satisfaction with the Pentecost Hospital at Madina after the facility was ranked at level 4 on the PharmAccess SafeCare quality assessment programme.
According to him, the improvement in the rank of the hospital is a testament of the productivity and the commitment of the church to excel in the area of quality healthcare delivery.
Receiving the honour, he thanked the delegation from PharmAccess Foundation and reiterated the church’s vision of building more facilities to complement existing ones to serve the interest of the general public.
"When God called me, he gave me a message. The message is to possess the nation; that is to influence society. And so from day one we have not distanced ourselves from the society.”
Apostle Nyamekye said the Church of Pentecost will cooperate with PharmAccess to ultimately progress to Level 5 in the foundation’s quality assessment ratings.
The Country Director of SafeCare, Maxwell Antwi, applauded the Pentecost Hospital for climbing to level four of his outfit’s assessment.
The Director at the Pentecost Hospital, Reverend Dr Edward Ako Koranteng expressed happiness and thanked SafeCare for the honour extended to the hospital.