Tropical Cable and Conductors Limited gives endoscopic cameras to Korle Bu, KATH

The management of Tropical Cable and Conductors Ltd has donated two medical equipment valued at $11,000 to the Korle Bu and Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospitals.

The equipment used for minimally invasive surgeries is meant to train medical students as well as aid doctors to carry out surgeries with ease and precision.

The Chief Executive Officer(CEO) of Tropical Cable and Conductors Limited Mr Tony Oteng-Gyasi presented the equipment to the management of the two hospitals in Accra last Wednesday.

1. Mr. Anthony Oteng-Gyasi (left), the Managing Director (MD) of  Tropical Cable & Conductor Ltd. (TCCL) rendering the address to the Doctors from KBTH, KATH, and other invited guests.Mr. Anthony Oteng-Gyasi (left), the Managing Director (MD) of Tropical Cable & Conductor Ltd. (TCCL) rendering the address to the Doctors from KBTH, KATH, and other invited guests.

The Director of Human Resource at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital (KBTH), Mr Samuel Akotuah Atweri, and the head of the Urology Department at Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital(KATH), Dr Roland Azorliade, received the equipment on behalf of their respective hospitals.

Speaking at the ceremony, Mr Oteng-Gyasi called on the government to make training of medical doctors at the post-graduate level free of charge.

Post-graduate medical students pay about GH¢ 7,000 each year for their courses.

The Head of the Urology Department at the KBTH, Dr James E. Mensah said the donation of the medical equipment came at the right time.

"The endoscopic camera system for minimally invasive surgeries will help us to do operations by making small holes rather than wide openings. This process also helps the patients to recover very fast after operations" he said.

The two endoscopic camera system being donated.

The two endoscopic camera system being donated.

Mr. Theophilus V.A. Mensah (right), the Finance & Admin Director (FAD), Tropical Cable & Conductor Ltd. (TCCL), presenting one of the Endoscopic Camera System to Mr. Samuel Akotuah Atweri, the Director of Human Resource  of the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital (KBTH). Those with them are  Dr. J. E. Mensah, Head of Urology (KBTH), and Dr. Nii Armah Adu-Aryee, Department of Surgery  (KBTH).
Mr. Theophilus V.A. Mensah (right), the Finance & Admin Director (FAD), Tropical Cable & Conductor Ltd. (TCCL), presenting one of the Endoscopic Camera System to Mr. Samuel Akotuah Atweri, the Director of Human Resource of the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital (KBTH). Those with them are Dr. J. E. Mensah, Head of Urology (KBTH), and Dr. Nii Armah Adu-Aryee, Department of Surgery (KBTH).

 
4. Mr. Anthony Oteng-Gyasi (2nd right) presenting one of the Endoscopic Camera System to Dr. Kwaku Addai Arhin Appiah and Mr. Roland Azorliade, both of the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH). With them is Mrs. Irina Odame, the Quality Manager (QM), of Tropical Cable & Conductor Ltd. (TCCL).
Mr. Anthony Oteng-Gyasi (2nd right) presenting one of the Endoscopic Camera System to Dr. Kwaku Addai Arhin Appiah and Mr. Roland Azorliade, both of the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH). With them is Mrs. Irina Odame, the Quality Manager (QM), of Tropical Cable & Conductor Ltd. (TCCL).

 

 

 


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