Asantehene Inspects Renovation Works At KATH, Others.

Professor Dr Dr Otchere Addai-Mensah, CEO of KATH explaining the process of renovation to the Overlord of Asanteman, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II during latter’s visit to the premier health facility in Ashanti.

Asantehene Inspects Renovation Works At KATH, Others.

The Overlord of Asanteman, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II has visited the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital 🏥(KATH) to inspect ongoing renovation works at the Blocks of the premier facility.

Wearing a resplendent brown suit with shoes 👞  to match and holding a majestic walking stick, the King accompanied by an entourage toured A and B Blocks to see ongoing demolition and block works at the wards of the Blocks.

Guiding and briefing him about the plan of the renovation, Prof Otchere Addai-Mensah said works were proceeding smoothly.

He noted that the Hospital had devised a way to carry out the demolitions and repair works in phases so that they could can maximise the spaces they have.

The CEO said that while focusing on the renovation works, KATH was also committed to offering the best of care to patients and customers who visit the facility every time.

Nodding while asking questions about the ongoing works, the Asante Monarch prayed that works were completed within schedule.

The King later walked through the precincts of the hospital to inspect the recovery ward at KATH.

Taking explanations from the CEO, the King commended Management and Staff for their dedicated service.

Other Visits:
Setting off from KATH, the Asante King visited Sewua, a town in Ashanti where he inspected works at the almost completed Regional Hospital facility.

The hospital 🏥  had most of its equipment fitted even though lack of habitation had occasioned the growth of some weeds at the precints of same.

Regional Health Director of the Ghana Health  Services, Dr Emmanuel Tinkorang conducted the King around the facility.

Expressing optimism, the Director said that once the electricity issues at the facility was done and roads to the place too are completed, the hospital could be open to the public.

Later the King visited Nana Amoako, Chief of Sawua at the Sawua Palace waving at the thick crowd that had gathered to witness the historic visit.

The King ended his tours at the Manhyia Government Hospital where he inspected facilities and ongoing works at the famous government hospital close to the Manhyia Palace.


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