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Western Region Association of Nurses (UK) donates anesthetic machine to ENRH

A United Kingdom based Western Region Association of Nurses (WRAN) has donated an anesthetic machine to the Effia Nkwanta Regional Hospital. In a brief presentation at the forecourt of the ENRH General stores, the Head of Administration of ENRH Mr. Michael Danso who welcomed the guests from WRAN UK indicated that the donation was occasioned through though correspondence with Mr. Charles Quist the Chairman of WRAN UK who was once a Nurse Anesthetist at ENRH.

Mr. Michael Danso was accompanied by the Head of Pharmacy Mr Francis D Afari, Head of Finance, Alhajj A.A. Sadiq, Head of Nursing DDNS Justina Amo Yartey, DDNS Vivian Zormelo, DDNS Eva Muzu and other senior officers from the Nursing Administration. Also present were some staff from the Anesthesia Department.
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The Western Region Association of Nurses UK is a non-profitable Association based in the UK and affiliated with the Ghana Association. Handing over the machine to ENRH, The Financial Secretary of WRAN UK, Mrs Matilda Moore expressed appreciation for the opportunity given them to raise awareness of WRAN UK and to give back to the Western Region community where most of them received their training.

She says the Association has been in existence since 2013 and their membership strength now stands at 60.

According to her one of the aims of the Association is to train and support the training and excellent health service delivery in the Western Region with a hope of promoting a high standard evidence based care to patients through a holistic approach.

Mrs Matilda Moore says the anesthetic machine was given to the Association through a UK based National Health Service (NHS) where one of their members, Mrs Ema Asaase Kateku works. Mrs Matilda Moore expressed the hope of a deeper relationship between the Association and ENRH.