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Bolga-East’s Mathew Amoah supports construction of dialysis centre with Ghc20,000 & 3 air conditioners

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The Parliamentary Candidate for the Bolga-East constituency in the Upper East Region, representing the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Mathew Silas Amoah, has contributed GHC 20,000.00 towards the Dialysis Center project at the Upper East Regional Hospital.

According to him, the need for a dialysis centre in the region is crucial, and he will do anything within his power to support this worthwhile cause.

Speaking to the media, Mr. Amoah noted that he first heard about the Dialysis project a few months ago at the just-ended Upper East branch of the Ghana Journalists Association (GJA) awards night, where pleas were made to support the regional hospital’s vital medical initiative.

Mr. Amoah also pledged to enhance the comfort of the Dialysis Center by donating three additional air conditioners, ensuring that patients receive their treatment in a more conducive and comfortable environment.

The Dialysis Center project, aimed at providing essential renal care services, has long been a priority for the region’s healthcare system.

The GJA Chairman, Williams Jalulah, expressed heartfelt gratitude for Mr. Amoah’s generous support, emphasising the importance of public and private sector collaboration in improving healthcare infrastructure, particularly in a region like the Upper East.

“Matthew’s contribution is a testament to his commitment to our community’s well-being, and we are sincerely grateful for his support. We hope his example inspires others, especially Members of Parliament in the region, to follow suit and help us complete this critical Dialysis Center project,” Jalulah said.

Once fully operational, the Dialysis Center will significantly alleviate the burden on patients suffering from kidney-related ailments in the Upper East Region and the wider country.

Appreciating the gesture, the Medical Director at the Hospital, Dr. Saawi Aiden, indicated that many patients currently have to travel long distances to access dialysis treatment either in Tamale or the Southern sector, which can be both financially and emotionally taxing. With Matthew’s financial support and additional air conditioning units, he said, patients can expect a more comfortable and accessible facility for their care when the centre is opened.

He added that the Dialysis centre’s first phase would be opening soon, within the end of the month, and Mr. Amoah hinted that plans were far advanced to provide the centre with a dialysis machine.

Source: A1Radioonline.com|101.1Mhz|Moses Apiah|Ghana

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