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Tempane MP champions dialysis center project, promises to donate soon

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The Member of Parliament for Tempane Constituency in the Upper East Region, Lydia Lamisi Akanvariba, has expressed her unwavering commitment and support for the establishment of the much-needed dialysis center at the Upper East Regional Hospital.

The legislator, who is a nurse by profession, said she recognized the critical importance of such a facility and the significant impact it could have on patients both near and far.

The absence of a fully operational dialysis center in the region has been a longstanding concern, leaving many patients grappling with the challenges of accessing specialized treatment.

Speaking to our reporter, Moses Apiah, Madam Akanvariba pledged to champion the cause and contribute significantly to its realization.

She emphasized that the center would not only provide a lifeline for patients suffering from renal complications but also alleviate the burden of having to travel long distances to access such specialized medical services.

“As a nurse, I understand the critical need for a dialysis center in our region. Patients should not have to endure the additional stress and financial strain of traveling great distances for essential medical treatments. Establishing a dialysis center in the Upper East Regional Hospital is not just a necessity but a humanitarian responsibility,” Madam Akanvariba added.

She, however, assured that in the coming days, she will not only donate to the cause but will also be an advocate for the center until it reaches the needed standards.

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

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