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Health News of Saturday, 29 October 2016


Euroget De-Invest builds 100-bed Madina District Hospital

Euroget De-Invest is constructing a new 100-bed capacity health facility to help increase access to health care in the Greater Accra Region.
The new facility, known as the Madina District Hospital, is about 80 per cent complete.

It will serve communities in and around Madina, Kwabenya, Adenta and beyond to save the residents of these areas from travelling longer distances to seek medical care.

The hospital is part of the nine hospitals being built across the country by the contractors for the government.

100-bed capacity

The Administrator of Euroget De-Invest, Contractors of the project, Mr Baba Anaba, told journalists and other Euroget officials during a visit to the site that the hospital was being built under a turnkey agreement.

In line with that, he said Euroget would provide all the hospital buildings/structures, equipment and furnishing before handing them over to the government next year.

Mr Anaba said the level of work was there for all to see, adding that they were not doing propaganda.

“We are talking about providing quality health care for the people, this is not politics. This is about national asset and development,” Mr Anaba stated.

The Resident Engineers - Electrical and Mechanical - for the project, Messrs Mohammed Saied and Mr Omar Wahied, conducted the journalists round the administration block, out-patient department, medical stores, water treatment plant, staff- housing, pharmacy, mini-stores and the main entrance.

500 workers

The engineers said there were about 500 workers on the project, and promised to deliver in good time for the people of Ghana.

They said the project was being undertaken with modern technology and quality standards were assured.

other members of the Euroget team included the Country Manager, Mr Prince Armah; the Project Manager, Mr Charles Mankatah; and the Civil Engineer, Mr Nicholas Ahlijah.