GCB Financial institution Minimal has donated a variety of Personalized Protective Machines (PPEs) to some key health amenities and hospitals throughout the nation.
This forms aspect of the Bank’s determination in direction of controlling the unfold of coronavirus pandemic in the country.
The PPEs donated include basic safety goggles, coveralls, wellington boots, sanitisers and rubbing alcohols for the use of medical practitioners, nurses and other frontline overall health workers in the locations.
The beneficiary facilities and hospitals are the University of Overall health and Allied Sciences (UHAS) Tests Centre in Ho, Ho Teaching Hospital, Ho and Ketu South Municipal Medical center in the Volta Location, Krachi East District Medical center, Nkwanta South District Healthcare facility, Kadjebi District Hospital and Hohoe Municipal Clinic in the Oti Location.
Other beneficiaries are St. Martins De Porres Hospital at Odumase Krobo and Atua Govt Hopital Odumase Krobo/Manya Krobo in the Jap Area, Ewutu Senya East Municipal Healthcare facility, Kasoa and Ga Central Municipal Medical center in the Central and Bigger Accra Areas.
The presentations ended up built by the Regional and Department Administrators of the several locations on behalf of the Administration of the Lender.
Mr Victor Asenso Boadi, Supervisor of Somanya GCB Department presented PPEs to the Atua and Saint Dominic Hospitalsin Krobo Odumase/Manya Krobo.
Mr Osei Owusu Bempah, the Clinic Administrator of St Martins de Porres Healthcare facility on behalf of the two institutions and bordering communities, been given the PPEs.
Mr Joseph Agyemang, Business Enhancement Officer of GCB, in demand of Volta/Oti Locations guide the presentation ceremonies in all those regions.
Professor Harry Asmah, Dean of Biomedical Science and Dr Kwabena O. Duedu, officer in cost of Tests at the Centre acquired them.