The Teshie Camp Methodist-Presbyterian Church has donated a Methodist-Presbyterian Church polytank to the Family Health Hospital (FHH) to address the water problem facing the hospital.
The donation is in appreciation of the invaluable health services the hospital is providing for members of the church and the members of the Teshie community in general.
The church, in addition to the donation, embarked on a clean-up exercise at the Family Health University College.
In his address, the Senior Chaplain of the Teshie Camp Methodist-Presbyterian Church, Very Rev. Lt. Cdr. David Quayson, disclosed that FHH had over the years been the first point of call for members of the church who fell ill.
He revealed that the church had benefited tremendously from the quality healthcare services provided at the Family Health Hospital and that they were grateful to the management.
The Medical Director of Family Health Hospital, Dr Susu B. Kwawukume, in her address on behalf of Management of the Hospital and the University College, expressed her gratitude to the church for the gesture.
She thanked the leadership and the entire members of the church for their prayers and support, and assured them that the hospital will continue to serve them even better.
The Family Health Hospital, apart from providing excellent and quality healthcare, also serves as a training and attachment centre for both medical and nursing students of the Family Health University College.
By Times Reporter