A 22-bedroom health center located in Gotumo Town Community in Kakata City Margibi County is expected to be dedicated in the County very soon, officials have revealed.
The Administrator and Officer-In-Charge of the Ma-Cynthia health center, Ballah Z. Flomo and Yassah Jallah in an interview with our reporter said the facility will be opened to the public on Wednesday, October 31, 3018.
The two officials disclosed that the facility is being established to address the health needs of residents of the Community and Margibi County at large. They disclosed that the facility has all of the medical equipment that is needed to address the health needs of the people it intends to provide healthcare to.
Mr. Flomo and Mrs. Jallah explained that the facility if opens, will cater to cases like maternity health, malaria, high and low blood pressure among others while vaccination will also be administered in the center.
According to the two officials, over 15 medical and non-medical petitioners have been selected to run the facility something they said will provide a twenty-four hour (24h) service
The two health workers revealed that all is set for the dedication ceremony indicating that several personalities invited to grace the occasion have agreed to attend the program. Ballah and Yassah narrated that Hon. Ben A. Fofana has been selected to serve as keynote speaker during the occasion.
Meanwhile, the two officials disclosed that the vision to establish a health center in Gotumo Town came as the result of the lack of clinic or drugs store in the area. They said it all started when the proprietress of the health center; Mrs. Cynthia K. Mulbah moved to Kakata in 2005 and established a mini-clinic in the Community.
The Ma-Cynthia Health Center’s Officials averred that based on the interest developed by residents of the Community, the proprietress decided to upgrade the facility.
They called on the public to make maximum use of the health facility for a better healthcare delivery thereby promising to provide affordable health services to their patients.