GOIL donates 1,000 beds to public hospitals

GOIL Company Limited, GOIL, has handed over one thousand beds to be distributed to public hospitals in the country. They consist of children, delivery and the normal hospital beds.

The beds, which cost 1.458 million Cedis are expected to ease conditions at the various public hospitals and help reduce the incidence of patients sleeping on the floors of some of the hospitals.

GOIL made a similar donation to the Ministry of Health in 2017 which were handed over to over 120 hospitals countrywide.

Announcing the Donation in Accra, the Acting Managing Director and Group Chief Executive of GOIL, Mr. Kwame Osei-Prempeh said the Company’s support to Health institutions in particular is a crucial part of GOIL’s Corporate Social Responsibility agenda.

The purpose of the donation, he said, is to make a difference in the lives of patients and improve patient health care in general. GOIL, he noted, will continue to care for communities it operates in adding that the donation has demonstrated that beyond business and profits, GOIL is socially responsible.

Receiving the items on behalf of the hospitals, a Deputy Minister of Health, Madam Tina Mensah lauded GOIL for its purposeful role in the economy saying the company has over the years demonstrated its aim of investing its earnings into society to benefit the people.

Source: maxwell atuanor

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