Management of the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital has announced that the Eye Centre at the premier health centre has been re-opened to the general public.
A statement signed by the Public Relations Officer of the hospital Mustapha Salifu, stated that “We have successfully upgraded the ventilation and cooling system at the centre and thus improved the working environment and safety of both staff and patients.”
The statement added that the “hospital wishes to express appreciation to the Lions Club International, IPMC, Ecobank Ghana ltd, Rene Chemist, Ansapharma ltd, Moorfields Eye Hospital UK, Mr. George Bako and Mr. Pius Gyamfi for their donations and support.”
The Eye Clinic was closed down on March 7, 2016 following several concerns regarding excessive heat at the Eye Clinic.
Staff on several occasions complained about discomfort which frustrated their service delivery to patients.
Source: Ghana/Starrfmonline.com/103.56FM/Kobina Welsing
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