Citi FM/Citi TV has given GH¢40,000 and some medical services gear to the Reconstructive Plastic Surgery and Burns Center of the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital.
The GH¢40,000 is to take care of medical services expenses of some destitute patients at the emergency clinic.
The hardware gave included advanced circulatory strain screens and heartbeat oximeters. The gift came as a component of the ‘Help A Christmas Child’ effort to the station.
Mary Mensah, the Deputy Chief Nurse at the middle, had discussed the middle’s requirement for the essential hardware, provoking the extra help from the station as the gear.
She said they needed fundamental gear like patient screens, vein locaters, computerized circulatory strain devices, and beds for kids.
“On the off chance that you have one screen, and you have around three patients requiring the assistance of the screen, you then, at that point, need to ponder which of them you put on the screen,” she said, clarifying a portion of their difficulties.
“We are in a fix, yet we have been attempting to make the work continue as it ought to.”
After getting the gift, she guaranteed that the middle “will take excellent consideration of [the items] and use them for the reason for which there were doled out.”