The Rebecca Foundation Donates Hospital Beds and Consumables to Kaneshie Polyclinic
Report By: Sheila Satori Mensa
The Rebecca Foundation has donated an appreciable number of hospital beds and consumables to the Kaneshie Polyclinic in the Greater Accra Region.
This is to support healthcare delivery at the health facility.
The items donated includes, 20 hospital beds, Wheelchairs, plasters, PPE’S, Compression Bandages, Syringes and Needles, Bedside Lockers, Sterile Gloves and many others to support activities at the hospital.
Making the presentation on behalf of the First Lady of the Republic and the Executive Director of the Rebecca Foundation, Mrs. Sheila Sakyi Oppong, Spokesperson for the Foundation said, the donation is to help combat the COVID-19 pandemic in the country.
“I am very excited to present these items to the hospital and deeply convinced that the donation will help increase the capacity of the health facility in the management of patients” she said.
Mrs. Sakyi Oppong also took the opportunity to entreat the public to always adhere to the Ghana Health Service’s COVID 19 safety protocols.
“Let me take this privilege to urge everyone to be vigilant by strictly adhering to the COVID-19 protocols so that we can protect ourselves and our families”, she added.
Meanwhile, the Member of Parliament (MP) for Okaikoi South, Darkoa Newman who was present at the brief ceremony expressed gratitude at the gesture by the Rebecca Foundation.
To her, she believes the items will go a long way to help the health facility which is located in her Constituency and beyond.
On her part, the Deputy Director of Nursing Services at the Kaneshie Polyclinic, who received the beds and consumables on behalf of the health facilities, Mrs. Doris Antwi, thanked The Rebecca Foundation for the kind gesture.
“I am very overwhelmed with this kind support from the First lady of the Republic and strongly believes that, this gesture will help our ability to take care of patients and also improve health care in the constituency. We are very grateful mummy”, she said.