Clinic facilities

Post Courier BSP Group assists Rabaul urban clinic

LA Urban Clinic in Rabaul, in the province of East New Britain, received new medical equipment last Friday.

The transfer took place at Rabaul Urban Clinic in the presence of BSP Rabaul Branch Manager David Pilai, ENB Provincial Health Authority Director of Public Health Norman Vakore, Rabaul Mayor Changol Manuai, Rabaul District Health Coordinator Garry Mano, Rabaul City Manager Joshua Wowo, his sister. head of the Rabaul Maigi Melki clinic and staff.

IV stands, beds, crash carts and wheelchairs were donated by Bank South Pacific.

Mr. Pilai said the community project initiative focuses on education, health, sports, environment and other community initiatives undertaken nationwide by the bank to help make an impact. on the community in which it operates.

“We hope that through our contribution today, we will bring about meaningful and lasting change for the people of our communities and that is Rabaul district and other districts served by the facility,” he said. declared.

He called on the Rabaul Medical Clinic community to take care of the equipment as it will be beneficial in the long run.

ENBPHA’s Director of Public Health, Mr. Vakore, thanked BSP for their continued support through the community initiative.

He said health should be everyone’s business to ensure that everyone is healthy and that it trickles down to family units and the society in which they live.

He said ENBPHA encourages partnerships with stakeholders such as banks and government to help deliver health services.

Mr Vakore also announced at the Rabaul clinic that two new vehicles donated by the Japanese government and Unicef ​​will be used for the monthly vaccination programme.

Both vehicles will be based at ENBPHA office in Butuwin in Kokopo under Family Health Services for all facilities to be used.

He said each health facility can request the use of the vehicles but must offer their programs.