Modec Ghana limited, a Jubilee partner on Thursday presented medical items costing GH¢40,000 to the Twenen and Tikobo No One Health Centres in the Jomoro district.
The items include syringes and needles, face masks, examination gloves, digital blood pleasure monitors, theatre gowns, umbilical code clamps and ward screens, blankets and blood pressure apparatus.
The others were patients waiting steel furnished with 20 steel chairs for the Twenen Centre and DVD cassette player, a wheel chair and Gas Cylinder and its regulator for the Tikobo No Centre.
Making the presentation at Twenen, Mr. Murali Rajam, Resource Manager of Modec, said the move was part of the company’s corporate social responsibilities.
He said a Community Health Assistance assessment was conducted in the district before the two facilities were selected for the presentation.
Nana Arlo Kpanyinli III, Chief of Twenen who chaired the occasion, thanked the company for their kind gesture and appealed to other companies on the Jubilee Field to emulate the example.
Mr. Samuel Erzoah, an Official of the Half Assini government hospital who received the items on behalf of the District Director of health Service, also thanked the company for coming to the aid of the Centres.**