Gomoa Potsin Poly Clinic over the weekends celebrated the fifth anniversary of the good service and hard work they have done from 2019 to this time
After the anniversary the senior doctor for Gomoa Potsin Poly Clinic Dr Vlad spoke with Nyce Fm’s senior reporter Louis Boabeng Senior that Gomoa Potsin Poly The clinic needs to be commemorated because a Poly Clinic which was commissioned in 2019 and adjudged as the outstanding polyclinic in the central region in the year 2020, 2021, the second best polyclinic in the central region and in 2022, the first and the best polyclinic in the Central region definitely needs to be celebrated.
They also took the advantage to honor their hard-working staff because they are the workers who made the polyclinic a successful one.
He then appealed to individuals and the government to come and help them because the polyclinic is the only polyclinic in the Gomoa East District so it serves a huge number of people and is situated in an accident-prone area and they have only fifteen beds, a theatre and a car to supply vaccines. And the government should also take a critical look at their road network and do something about it because most of the pregnant women complain a lot when they come to the hospital for labor
Voice Of Doctor Vlad……………..
After that, the central regional deputy director for clinical cure Dr. Agnes Achiamanor who was present at the event to represent the Central regional director of health Dr. Mrs. Akosua Agyeiwa Sarpong spoke with Nyce Newst. She started that, the central region has really done well when it comes to maternal mortality in Ghana as it has recorded less numbers and the aim of Dr. Mrs. Akosua Agyeiwa Sarpong is to have a zero maternal mortality in the central region. She said in the year 2020 they recorded maternal dead of 75 and it went up to 79 in the year 2021 and then came down to 69 in the year 2022 but with the help of OBGY specialists who have had training with midwives, they have recorded 29 deaths from January to June and they are doing all things possible to have zero maternal mortality in the central region
Voice Of Dr Agnes Achiamanor………..
Story By Louis Boabeng Senior