Nyaho Medical Centre Makes Donation To 37 Military Hospital

In light of the events of June 3rd, Nyaho Medical Centre donates medical supplies to 37 Military Hospital to assist in aiding patient recovery, especially burn victims. 

In light of the events of June 3rd, Nyaho Medical Centre deemed it fit to show solidarity from one medical facility to another to assist in the efforts towards recovery especially for burn victims. As the Tamaklo Ward, named after the founder of Nyaho Medical Centre, the late Col. Dr. K. N. Tamaklo, was hosting a majority of burn victims in the hospital, it was doubly necessary to make this presentation.

Approximately GHC 20,000 worth of medical and surgical items, including gauze, cotton wool, face masks, bed mats, disposable gloves, bandages, infusion and pain medication.

The donation was carried out under the auspices of the Nyaho Dove Foundation, the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) arm of Nyaho Medical Centre.  Nyaho Medical Centre was notably the first medical facility to present a donation to 37 Military Hospital thus far and would like to encourage sister hospitals and partner organizations to join in the relief efforts.  Nyaho Medical Centre will continue to strengthen its relationship with the Military Hospital and others and calls for mutual support within the Ghanaian Health Network in such times of need.

Present to make this donation on behalf of the centre were the Managing Director, Dr. E.C. Tamaklo, Ms Vako Tamaklo (Business Development Manager), Matron Elizabeth Agblenyasah (Nursing Services Manager), Mrs. Antoinette Shor-Anyawoe (HR Business Partner) and Mrs. Olivia Eddah (Public Health Officer). To receive these items on behalf of the 37 Military Hospital was Col. M.A. Agyapong Yeboah.

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