H.E. President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has introduced the Tema Pharmacy offers free medical screening
The Jersey Pharmacy has said it has upgraded its pharmaceutical shop in order to offer periodic free medical screening for resident within the Tema Metropolis.
The pharmacy shop situated at Tema Community Nine as part of the measures to offer the free medical screening has installed some new medical equipment to achieve its set objective.
Mr Francis Yeboah, General Manager of Jersey Pharmacy in an interview with the Ghana News Agency at Tema, said, there are so many people walking around without the knowledge that they have malaria, hepatitis B and C, diabetes, simple dental conditrictrict Hospital at Nsawkaw in the Bono Region.
The 60-bed Tain District Hospital is essential for nine medical clinic projects being executed by Euroget De-Invest s.a in Ghana.
Introducing the $36.6 million 60-bed Hospital, President Akufo-Addo said, his administration is focused on improving admittance to fundamental and quality wellbeing administrations through the arrangement of wellbeing framework.
He said the development of the clinic, which is outfitted with every one of the significant divisions of an advanced emergency clinic, will empower occupants of the town and encompassing networks to access medical care.
The President asked individuals to guarantee that the office is constantly kept up, adding "I'm requesting that all of you give specific consideration to upkeep of this office".
The Minister for Health, Hon Kwaku Agyeman-Manu said, President Akufo-Addo's administration has made wellbeing and schooling its need. That is the reason the President keeps on creating wellbeing framework and seek after the arrangement of free senior secondary school instruction.
He encouraged individuals nearby to hold the public authority in the impending general political race to proceed with the formative plan.
The Vice-Chair of Euroget Group, Mr. Emad Deraz tending to individuals of Nsawkaw during the initiation said, the occasion is in satisfaction of the responsibility of the organization to finish and handover every one of the ventures on time to the great individuals of Ghana.
Different tasks being executed by Euroget De-Invest S.A are the 500-bed Military Hospital at Afari in Kumasi, 160-bed Regional Hospital at Wa, 250-bed Regional Hospital at Sewua in Kumasi, and the 100-bed Ga East Municipal Hospital at Kwabenya.
The rest are 60-bed area medical clinics at Salaga, Tepa, Konongo and Twifo Praso.
The Government of Ghana addressed by the Ministry of Health (MoH) and Ministry of Defense (MoD) marked the agreement with Euroget De-Invest s.a for the development and gear establishment of eight medical clinics for MoH and one Hospital for MoD.
The extent of work at the 60-bed Tain District Hospital incorporates plan of all task disciplines, development, everything being equal, and frameworks, supply and establishment of clinical hardware and furniture, supply and establishment of non-clinical gear and furniture, and preparing guarantee and upkeep.
Out patients offices incorporate dental facility, medication cardiology, ophthalmology, pediatry, gynecology, and General a medical procedure and muscular.
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