THE REPORT OF THE PRESENTATION OF HOSPITAL EQUIPMENT BY THE CLEMENT ISONG FOUNDATION (TCIF) TO THE GENERAL HOSPITAL, UKPOM ABAK, ABAK LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA - The Clement Isong Foundation | We Care About Humanity
THE REPORT OF THE PRESENTATION OF HOSPITAL EQUIPMENT BY THE CLEMENT ISONG FOUNDATION (TCIF) TO THE GENERAL HOSPITAL, UKPOM ABAK, ABAK LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA
Due to the outbreak of Covid-19 globally, the Board of Trustees of The Clement Isong Foundation responded by directing that a NEEDS assessment be carried out in some health institutions across Akwa Ibom and Cross River States to ascertain areas that the foundation can lend a helping hand.
The presentation took place on Tuesday June 30, 2020 between 12:20pm and 2: 10pm in Akwa Ibom State.
The Vice Chairman, (Mrs.) Nne Isong accompanied by Mr. Ubong Isong and management Staff of The Clement Isong Foundation led by Paula Chaha arrived the hospital to officially present the items to the hospital.
On their arrival to the Hospital, they were warmly received and ushered into the hospital by the hospital Secretary in the company of other management staff of the hospital.
After the introduction of the officials of the hospital to the visitors by one of the management staff immediately after a short prayer, a Board Committee member of the hospital, Dr Anthony Umana thanked the foundation immensely for choosing the hospital amidst others to register her presence and to identify with them in this difficult moment. He appreciated the Foundation on behalf of the hospital and government of Akwa Ibom State and said that the donation is timely and commendable, as it will go a long way to assist the hospital.
He further pleaded that though they appreciate the Foundation’s efforts, they would still request further assistance for some patients who came to the hospital for one treatment or the other but at the end, were unable to settle their hospital bills and are still in the hospital weeks after.He made a passionate appeal to the Foundation to come to their aid by settling some of the bills for them to go home.
In her response, the Vice Chairman Her Excellency Mrs. Nne Isong thanked all the staff and the management of the hospital for the good works they are doing attending to people’s health and saving their lives. Also responding to the request made by the hospital, Mr. Ubong Isong who also spoke on behalf of the Foundation thanked them for their warm reception and noted he had heard their appeal and would channel same request to the Board of trustees for consideration.
Items presented were