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Building more Hospitals by Private Sector will complement Government’s Agenda 111 – Deputy Minister Of Health

A Deputy Minister of Health Hon. Mahama Asei Seini has reiterated the NPP Government’s committemnt to building more Hospitals accross the country to improve quality health care delivery hence the introduction of the unprecedented “Agenda 111” project.

Hon. Asei who is also the Member of Parliament for Daboya-Mankarigu Constituency there are some districts in the country unfortunately without Hospitals but the “Agenda 111” project has come on board to solve this serious problem and take health delivery to the doorstep of every Ghanaian no matter where you find yourself.

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Hew made this observation during the commissioning of an ultra-modern Health facility (LEYAATA HOSPITAL) at Carpenter in the Bole District of Savannah Region which was built by the North Empowerment Association (a Canada based NGO).

The Deputy Health Minister finally praised the CEO of the Hospital and his Partners for bringing such a hospital to the Savannah Region.

On his part, CEO of the LEYAATA HOSPITAL Dr. David Mensah who doubles as the Gyaasehene of Mo Traditional Council revealed that the facility will not only serve People of Savannah Region but Ghana as a whole.

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He called on the Government to bring more Health Staff and other Personal to start working immediately so that health delivery will be effective and efficient.

Dr. David Mensah said the Hospital will not depend on the Government for their running even if NHIA claims are paid or not.

Filed by; Nana Yaw Aboagye (Adars Fm – Kintampo)

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