A Ghanaian power company has donated thousands of Cedis's worth of medical equipment to Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital in order to help patients suffering with kidney related diseases.
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As part of it's corporate social responsibility and in observation of its 10 year anniversary, Genser Energy Ltd. donated GHC45,000's worth of medical equipment to Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital.
In total, the donation comprised of 50 long term vascular access hemodialysis (for chronic dialysis) and 50 short term vascular access hemodialysis (for acute dialysis). The company's significant contribution aims at relieving the burden imposed by delinquent medical bills.
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Led by the company's Vice President for Organizational Development, Mrs. Brenda Lee, the company officially made the donation to Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital's Renal Dialysis Unit.
Dr. Vincent Boimah, a nephrologist with Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital's Renal Dialysis Unit who received the donations, thanked the company for the substantial donations.
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Dr. Boimah stated that the donation comes at the right time, since the cost of treating kidney related problems tend to result in enormous debt to patients and their loved ones.
He also stated that the amount of patients now seeking treatment for kidney related problems was on the rise, and reaching a critical point.
Upon receiving the donations, Dr. Vincent Boimah assured Genser Energy representatives that the donations would be put to use for its intended purposes.
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