December 3, 2014

A new health project to serve as a weighing centre and a clinic has been completed for the people of Assin Bediedua in the Assin North constituency.

The facility which was released as part of the commitment by the Member of Parliament (MP), Samuel Ambre to open up the health system of the area, is yet to be commissioned. Meanwhile for the express purpose of delivering quality health services to the people, interim plans have thus been set for accessibility.

Speaking to,gh, the MP stated that in view of the critical need of the facility to the people, he had authorized for the facility to start operations whiles efforts to get it commissioned soon is seriously being considered.

He said the project has been located in a very strategic place and intended to help coordinate some health activities like immunization, sensitization programmes, and medical outreach in the surrounding villages. “It’s a centre for health facilities in the peripheral towns and villages”, he added.

The project which remained part of the MP’s contribution to boost quality healthcare was secured through his share of the NHIS fund.

Jonathan Adjei/