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Assin Fosu Polyclinic receives equipment from Joseph Adjei-Banin

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The Assin Fosu Polyclinic has received equipment worth millions of Ghana Cedis from Mr. Joseph Adjei-Banin, a parliamentary candidate for the New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the Assin Central Constituency, to improve the quality of healthcare.

A set of delivery beds, four vital sign monitors, thirty sets of three-in-one chairs, four sets of oxygen concentrators, one automated external defibrillator, twenty venturi masks, and four sets of ward displays were among the supplies.

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The remaining items are two foetal heart detectors, 50 oximeters, 20 hospital beds with mattresses, and two hemoglobinometers.

Mr. Adjei-Banin claimed he was moved by the Polyclinic’s situation and difficulties and made the decision to provide the organisation with the supplies.

According to him, the donation would guarantee that patients received high-quality, all-inclusive care, from prevention to therapy.

He gave the Polyclinic’s director instructions on how to manage the supplies carefully and use them for what they were designed for in order to increase their lifespan.

The Polyclinic’s Medical Superintendent, Mrs. Lousia C. N Salia, who accepted the gifts, assured everyone who came in for medical attention that the facility will continue to provide high-quality healthcare.

She thanked Mr. Adjei-Banin for the kind gift and noted that the items met some of the facility’s most pressing needs.

She gave her word that the gifts would be used to fulfil the donor’s hopes and advance society.
According to Mrs. Salia, the institution is accessible to anyone who can fund its operations.

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