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LEKMA Clinic gets PPEs donation from StanChart

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The Ledzorkuku Municipal (LEKMA) Medical center in Teshie on Tuesday was the third healthcare facility to receive a consignment of PPEs donated by Typical Chartered Bank.

This is element of the ¢1 million fully commited by the Bank to support emergency relief and assist those people affected by the COVID-19 pandemic in Ghana.

It is envisaged that the PPEs which provided N95 masks, disposable coveralls and surgical gloves will enhance the ongoing initiatives to fight Covid-19.

Xorse Godzi, State Head of Commercial Banking, Standard Chartered Lender, Ghana Confined, whilst presenting the objects stated, “We have an understanding of the essential position that LEKMA Healthcare facility is playing in the combat from Covid-19 in Ghana.

“As the number of new instances boosts, it is essential to make sure that all its staff are sufficiently resourced via the provision of PPEs so they can carry on to tackle this pandemic from the frontline.

“At Standard Chartered Financial institution Ghana Confined, we dwell up to our brand assure ‘Here for Excellent,’ particularly in times of adversity and hope the PPE’s will continue keeping you secure as you combat towards Covid-19”, she additional.

Commenting on the donation, the Healthcare Superintendent of LEKMA Healthcare facility, Dr. Akua Gyimah-Asante said, “We are grateful to Normal Chartered for the donation of these things.

“The PPE’s are goods that we genuinely need to have and have appear in at the correct time to enrich the operate of the frontline personnel.”

To date, Conventional Chartered Bank has donated over 2,500 PPEs to 3 hospitals.

In previous months, the Financial institution introduced Greater Accra Regional Medical center and the Ga East Hospital with their donations of PPEs.

The Bank also donated a transportable Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) machines to the Noguchi Memorial Institute for Professional medical Investigation to help in conducting common tests and detection of Covid-19 in Ghana.

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