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GOVERNMENT TO CONSTRUCT A 60 BED MATERNAL WARD FOR AMANFROM POLYCLINIC

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The government has commenced the construction of a new female ward for the Ngleshie Amanfrom polyclinic.

The construction of the material ward will contain 60 beds which will help be a great help to the pregnant women on admission for delivery.

The project is to be completed in four months due to the bad condition of the old female maternal ward.

The hospital’s initial maternity ward was a small container which has 3 beds for pregnant women in labour.

This situation has prompted the Ga-South municipal assembly to lobby for a construction of a new maternal wards.

In view of this, Hon. Joseph Nyani Stevens, MCE for the Ga-South Municipality in consultation with the Municipal Health Directorate identified a road map towards achieving the target of a municipal hospital, hence the construction of wards to accommodate patients overnight which is phase one of the project.

 

Addressing the media ,the municipal chief executive stated that , this project has been in the pipeline since he assume power and in the quest for the president to achieve his quality health care policy this initiative was necessary.

He added that, the project will be completed before the end of 2018. The MCE entreated the contractor to ensure the project is completed on time to pave way for phase two to commence.

Meanwhile, the administrator Dr Akosua Ayisi also expressed their excitement saying the construction of the new block will improve quality health care and reduce mortality rate within the municipality.

The residence Doctor also expressed his gratitude to the assembly for attending to their call for expansion of the health facility.

He promised to support the contractor with any means possible to see to the completion of the project within the four-month period.

The Chief of Ngleshie Amanfro, Nii Kwashie Gbolor V commended the MCE for the project and requested for more development projects in the community.

Story By: Augustina Tetteh/pinkfmonlinegh.com

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