Clinic business

Melcom hands over clinic and office to Ningo Prampram Assembly

The Melcom Group of Companies has handed over a clinic and office building to the Ningo Prampram District Assembly in Accra.

The clinic, called Dawhenya Health Center, consists of a theater, a sterilization room, a changing room, an outpatient department, a scanning office, a family planning department, a laboratory, a doctor’s room, a pharmacy, a delivery and nursing room.

Presenting the two facilities to the congregation at a ceremony at Ningo Prampram last Friday, Melcom Group Communications Director Godwin Avenorgbo expressed hope that the two facilities would ensure good health for the natives, promote opportunities for employment and ensure efficient service. delivery in the neighborhood.

He said the company is living its dream of good corporate citizenship to impact lives in relation to its customer service initiatives; education and health, adding that the company was committed to providing services to meet customer needs, recognizing safety, security and convenience of human resources which had become a priority for their outreach projects.

Mr Avenorgbo said the Dawhenya health center would provide needed health care to the community and as a result residents would not travel to large hospitals for treatment.

He added that the buildings had been legally connected to running water by the Ghana Water Company, electricity by the Electricity Company of Ghana and fitted with septic tanks for hygienic storage and disposal of waste.

“We want to continue to be a national brand serving all 16 regions of Ghana and within reach of the majority of people,” he added.

Expressing gratitude to the Melcom Group, Ningo Prampram District General Manager, Al-Lattif Tetteh Amanor, said the congregation has demonstrated its willingness to render services to the community through the execution of projects, both in the health sector than in other sectors.

He asked the Melcom Group to consider supplying furniture to the regional council offices.

He also called on the District Health Directorate and staff to cultivate a good maintenance culture to ensure the cleanliness and longevity of the equipment that would be installed in the facility.