Monrovia: President George Manneh Weah over the weekend dedicated a modern and refurbished emergency wall for patients at the country’s biggest referral hospital, John F. Kennedy Medical Center in Sinkor.
The dedication is a part of the President’s 150 day’s deliverables projects as a part of the country’s 171st independence celebrations.
The project worth which according to the JFK administration is worth over 500,000 thousand United States dollars was done by three Construction companies who won during the bidding process.
Liberia’s President George Weah cut ribbons to the newly refurbished Emergency room, modern Pharmacy and Doctors’ consulation rooms at the Memorial Building the Hospital.
Several Dignitaries were in attendance including the House of Representatives co-chair on Health Joseph Somwarbi, Chief of Staff, AFL Prince C. Johnson, international and local Medical Doctors including international partners who have helped the JFK grow.
President Weah along with the First Lady Clar Weah toured the facility being accompanied by Health Minister Dr. Willimena Jallah, JFK CEO Dr. Jerry Brown and other partners.
The president did not make any formal remark relative to the project and also he didn’t make the formal program as protocol demanded that the president needed to tour the facility and make other visits as part of the independence celebrations.
Smiles beamed the faces of JFK administrators and staff as a sign of relief to some of the hurdles to providing medical services to the Liberian people was being handled by the facility upgrade.
The Chief Medical Officer of the JFK rain praises on the president for the far-sightedness in improving the service delivery at the JFK. He lauded the contractors for the job done and encouraged staff and patients to take care of the facility in order to maintain a conducive and hygienic condition.