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Poly-clinic upgraded to status B hospital


2012-02-01 21:56:28
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To improve on the health delivery services in Northern Region, the Chereponi Poly-clinic has been upgraded into a status B hospital to reduce referral of emergency cases.

In an interview with Ghanadistricts.com the District Chief Executive Ahaji Mohammed Siedu stated that with the upgraded status of the polyclinic in to a hospital and the new arrival resident doctor he believes that all ailments would be cured.


Mean while an office has been built in the District to ensure the continuation of National Health Insurance Scheme which was initiated to provide free medication to people in the country.

The office which used to be an old building was demolished and reconstructed to ensure this course and to enable interested persons register and continue to enjoy free medications at some health centres in the country.

Ahaji Mohammed Seidu also urged all persons to participate in the registration of the National Health Insurance Scheme to reduce their expensive medical bills whenever they visited the hospital. ‘These monies could be invested elsewhere beneficial’. He advised

source: ghanadistricts.com

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