Hisense Ghana Limited on Wednesday donated two brand new ambulances worth $90,000 to the ApintoGovernment Hospital and the Tarkwa Municipal Hospital.
The gesture was to enhance quality health delivery to people in the area and afar.
According to the management of Hisense, quality health delivery is an essential service towards the development of every nation.
It said the country is confronted with a lack of medical equipment that ensures the realization of health delivery, hence its support.
The Medical Superintendent of Tarkwa Municipal Hospital, Dr Frederick Yaw Sarpong expressed gross thanks to the management of Hisense for the support.
“We are indeed grateful for this gesture, it will go a long in ensuring that quality and efficient health delivery is administered to the people in the Municipality.
“We thank management of Hisense for the donation, it has come at a time that quality health delivery cannot be compromised,” he said.
On his part, Dr Frank Baidoe-Ansah, who spoke on behalf of Apinto Government Hospital expressed appreciation to the home appliances giants for the support.
He said will enhance better healthcare delivery to the people in the area, and promised to put it to good use.
Hisense Ghana’s Brand Ambassador, Nana Ama McBrown stated that the gesture forms part of the company’s Corporate Social Responsibility.
He said such donations is dear to the company’s management taking into account the service it will provide.
The Kurontehene of Apinto, Nana Kwabe Fosu expressed his sincerest appreciation to the donors for the kind gesture.
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