Dallas based Nurse donates to Atorkor Medical Centre


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A Dallas based Ghanaian Nurse, Mr Anthony Kokutse on Monday donated assorted medical drugs valued at $120,000 to the Atorkor Community Medical Centre in the South Ketu District of the Volta Region

Atorkor,  (V/R), Sept. 20, GNA – A  Dallas based Ghanaian Nurse, Mr Anthony
Kokutse on Monday donated assorted medical drugs valued at $120,000 to the
Atorkor Community Medical Centre
  in the
South Ketu District of the Volta Region.

The
drugs donated by Mrs Karen Hall, a philanthropist from Texas, comprised cypro,
pain killers, eye drops, nasal drops, sterile foley catheters, first aid kits,
wound care kits, sanitary pads, eye glasses and stethoscopes.

The
sterile catethers have been donated to the Beta Government Hospital.

Mr
Kokutse said Mrs Hall had decided to assist Ghanaians living in the rural areas
who need medical care.

Receiving
the donation, Madam Theresa Akorfa Agbenyega Administrator of the Atorkor
Development Foundation, thanked the donors for the kind gesture.

Mr
Kokutse also undertook health screening for people including checking their
blood sugar level, hypertension and diabetes.

Sixty
female patients were each given a sanitary pad. 120 female students from the
Atorkor vocational institute also received sanitary pads.

GNA


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