David Opaye presenting the items to the hospital staff
Hotjobs Africa, a Human Resource (HR) company, has donated a number of items to the Paediatric Surgical Ward of the Tema General Hospital.
The items included oxygen flow meter with connecting tubes, digital thermometer, disinfectants, toiletries, electrical extension board, kettle and Learner Support Materials (LSM).
In addition, the company painted the entire Paediatric surgical ward which has 15 beds.
Presenting the items last Saturday after a major painting exercise, David Opaye, member of management of Hotjobs Africa, said the donation of the items forms part of the company’s corporate social responsibility.
Mr. Opaye further disclosed that it also marks the commemoration of the 10th anniversary of the company.
A nurse at the ward, who received the items on behalf of the hospital, Olive Amankwah, thanked the donors for coming to their aid.
She appealed to other institutions to learn from the shining example of Hotjobs Africa by supporting essential institutions.
Speaking to BUSINESS GUIDE, David Opaye averred that the company, which is under the leadership of its Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Emmanuel Mefful, has undergone tremendous transformation and restructuring.
He averred that the company would offer quality services in line with contemporary business needs.
Mr Opaye mentioned that his outfit would offer Labour Outsourcing and Payroll Management, Recruitment & Placement, Corporate Training and Development, Expatriate Management, Staff Bussing and Domestic Solution to meet the needs of their clients.
By Solomon Ofori