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District Health infrastructure Improved

2012-01-16 21:24:44
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Bole District Assembly has provided new clinic wards to the existing ones at the various health centres in the district to reduce the pressure on health facilities in the area.

In an interview with, the District Chief Executive for Bole , Ahalji Seidu Samson Abudu stated that, the 1.8 million cedis project was undertaken to enable hospitalized patients have a comfortable place of rest whenever they visited health centres.

He added that the challenge of wards at health centres in the District has accounted for a number of deaths as there are not available spaces for emergency cases.

Ahalji Seidu Samson Abudu disclosed that the commencement of the project was due to the facts that there was too much pressure on health facilitates in the district and so the assembly decided to work on that part of the sector.

He added that the about nineteen health persons including nurses and doctors were also being supported by the District Assembly to upgrade themselves in health education to ensure the efficiency of health delivery services to patients in the district.

He added that health personnel have also had their fair share of the national cake as bungalows have also been constructed to offer them accommodation.


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