Ghana’s leading indigenous Oil Marketing Company, GOIL Company Limited (GOIL), has assisted the Ghana Police Service financially to refurbish the executive ward of the Police Hospital in Accra to a modern ward status.
The four-bed capacity ward, with a nursing station, is now well-equipped with an office.
The first phase of the renovation project, initiated in 2019 by the Medical Director, Dr. Marian Tetteh-Koboe, involved the refurbishment of the walkway.
The second phase of the renovation project, which began three months ago, took care of the ward.
In a brief remark at the commissioning of the renovated facility, the Managing Director & Group Chief Executive Officer of GOIL, Kwame Osei-Prempeh indicated that the company would continue to support such worthy cause as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility mandate.
The Medical Director of the Police Hospital, Dr Marian Tetteh-Koboe commended GOIL for its support and explained that the facility would benefit both service personnel and general public.
In attendance at the commissioning of the facility were the Director General Technical of the Ghana Police Service, Samuel Monnie, who represented the IGP, and DCOP Ebenezer Ewusi Emmin, Deputy Medical Director of the Hospital.
Others were the Administrator of the Hospital, DCOP David Eklu, and the Director of Nursing Services of the Hospital, Chief Superintendent Juliana Adjeiwaa Darteh.