MTN Ghana Foundation to expand Accident and Emergency block at Ho Teaching Hospital

As part of its efforts to improve healthcare infrastructure in Ghana, Selorm Adadevoh, the CEO of MTN Ghana, has unveiled plans of the MTN Ghana Foundation to ramp up support for the Ho Teaching Hospital’s Accident and Emergency block starting in June 2024.

This announcement came as part of MTN’s commitment to bolstering healthcare facilities across the country during the commissioning of the newly established 60-bed maternity and Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) block at the Keta Municipal Hospital, a project funded by MTN Ghana for 19 million Ghanaian cedis.

The introduction of the state-of-the-art maternity and NICU block at the Keta Municipal Hospital signals a significant stride in the provision of specialized healthcare services for women and newborns in the region.

Furthermore, Adadevoh’s declaration of MTN’s intent to undertake the expansion of the Accident and Emergency block at the Ho Teaching Hospital reinforces MTN Ghana’s unwavering dedication to ameliorating the healthcare landscape in the country.

During the commissioning ceremony, Adadevoh expressed his gratitude for the collaboration between the MTN Ghana Foundation and the government in bringing the Keta Municipal Hospital project to fruition.

He underscored the company’s commitment to pursuing initiatives that positively impact healthcare delivery, emphasizing that the expansion of the Ho Teaching Hospital’s Accident and Emergency block is a critical element of their strategic agenda for future interventions in the sector.

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