London based NGO supports Komfo Anokye Hospital

Mrs Patience Ampong-Yeboah (middle) Director of Nursing, Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH), Kumasi inspecting a quantity of surgical and medical supply donated to the hospital by the Barbara Kwateng Lupus Trust, an NGO based in London.  With her included, Mrs Akosua Achiaa Kwarteng (3rd from right), founder of the Barbara Kwateng Lupus Trust and some of the staff of the hospital. The equipment included two adjustable hospital beds, blood installation refrigerator, crutches and other items of hospital goods.

Speaking at the presentation ceremony, Mrs Kwarteng said the £16,000 worth of equipment was donated by St Elizabeth & St John’s Hospital in Central London and Surbiton General Hospital in Surrey.  She said one of the objectives of the NGO was raise awareness of lupus and also to solicit medical equipment to support the effort of the government to boost health care service in the country.  She continued that the BKLT had made a similar donation to the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital in Accra to enhance effective health care services at the hospital.

Mrs Patience Ampong-Yeboah who received the medical supplies on behalf of the hospital expressed her appreciation to the NGO for its concern for the development of healthcare services in the country.  She also stated that the hospitals in Ghana were extremely keen to maintain close links with the NGO, Barbara Kwateng Lupus Trust, in its pursuit of effective healthcare services.



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