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Stool Lands Supports National Reconstructive Plastic Surgery and Burns Centre

Accra, Oct 13, 2016
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Stool Lands Supports National Reconstructive Plastic Surgery and Burns Centre

The Office of the Administrator of Stool Lands (OASL) has donated two complete units of LG Split Airconditioners valued at GH¢8,000.00 to the National Reconstructive Plastic Surgery and Burns Centre of the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital.

Additionally, it donated a cash of GH¢2,000.00 to the Centre.

Mrs. Christie Esi Bobobee, the Administrator of Stool Lands, who presented the items on behalf of her outfit, said it was part of the Office’s social responsibility.

“As part of the 20th Anniversary celebration of the OASL, the Management of the Office has decided to make a charity donation as part of our social responsibility and has selected the Burns' Unit within Korle Bu Teaching Hospital as the recipient of our donation to meet some of the pressing needs of the ward.”

She commended the Management and Staff of the Centre for their commitment and dedication to work, despite the difficult environment under which they operated.

She made a special appeal to the Management of the Centre to ensure that the Female and Children’s wards received an air conditioner each.

Mrs. Bobobee appealed to the Ghana National Fire Service and other related outfits to intensify their educational efforts on how to prevent and manage domestic fires.

The Administrator of Stool Lands also appealed to Ghanaians not to see issues pertaining to fires as the preserve of the institutions charged with that responsibility, explaining that, every Ghanaian must be interested in knowing more about fires, how to prevent them and also manage domestic burns.

Dr Albert Paintsil, a Consultant Plastic Surgeon, who represented the Head of the National Reconstructive Plastic Surgery and Burns Centre, Dr Opoku Ware Ampomah in a welcome statement, on behalf of the Chief Executive Officer of the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital, registered the Centre’s gratitude to the OASL for extending the hand of support to them.

He said, the Centre was commissioned in May 1997.

Dr Paintsil said the Centre was one of the busiest at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital, treating all kinds of burns, especially, the severe types of trauma, ulcers, and congenital abnormalities.
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