Officials of Kokrokoo Charities Foundation presenting the incubators to the Kumasi South Hospital
HEALTHCARE DELIVERY, especially for new born babies, at the Kumasi South Hospital, has been given a massive boost.
The Kumasi-based medical facility has taken delivery of two brand new incubators from the Kokrokoo Charities Foundation,
Headed by award-winning Broadcast Journalist, Kwame Sefa Kayi, the Kokrokoo Charities Foundation, is into social intervention activities.
The donation formed part of the foundation’s 100 incubator project, which is intended to help curb mortalities in new born babies across the country.
Mr. Kwame Sefa Kayi said the donation is the 45th and 46th incubators that his foundation has so far donated to hospitals in the country.
He announced that several hospitals, including the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH) in Kumasi have already benefited from their largesse.
According to him, the core motive of the foundation is to support health institutions to be able to provide quality healthcare for babies.
Kwame Sefa Kayi admonished the management of the Kumasi South Hospital to take good care of the two incubators to ensure its longevity.
Dr. Kwame Boadu, the Medical Director of Kumasi South Hospital, commended the foundation for their kind and timely donation.
“Currently, we don’t have adequate incubators to manage most of the cases. We only have one of it, which is not enough”. Dr. Boadu bemoaned.
According to him, the hospital usually receives pre-term baby cases virtually on a daily basis, stressing that the donation is highly appreciated.
Dr. Rita Yeboah, Pediatrician, Kumasi South Hospital, appealed to organizations and well-to-do individuals to also support the hospital.
I.F. Joe Awuah Jnr