Meanwhile, the Deputy Minister for Health Hon Dr. Bernard okoe Boye has disclosed that the Ministry has programmed funds allocation into next year’s budget to pave way for the implementation of an accident centre at the Peki government hospital in South Dayi.
The question was filed by the Member of Parliament for South Dayi Hon. Rockson-Nelson Etse Kwame Dafeamekpor as to what concrete steps the Ministry has taken to build an accident centre at the Peki Government Hospital in South Dayi.
Dr. Benard okoe Boye noted that a ministerial monitoring visit to Peki Government Hospital revealed that the Medical Superintendent of the Hospital had taken some initiative and informed the ministry that a group from Peki has volunteered to construct an Accident and Emergency Unit for the Hospital, hence he requested for funding support to complete the project.
The Minister disclosed that a Technical Team was directed to design a complete facility that would house the adjunct clinical services such as pharmacy, laboratory and public health.
He stated that the Ministry has therefore programmed to allocate funds in next year’s budget to implement the project.
Story By: Mary Quartey