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First Atlantic Bank donates to Tema General Hospital

By: Fred Yaw Sarpong- Daily Express

First Atlantic Bank (FAB) has donated a Digital Ultrasound Imaging System to the Tema General Hospital at Tema in the Greater Accra region.

The donation, which forms parts of the bank’s numerous corporate social responsibility (CSR) activities, was to climax the bank’s recently held “Customer Appreciation Week”. The customer appreciation week of the bank is aimed at celebrating its valued customers.

Presenting the device on behalf of the bank to the hospital, Mr. Ebow Quayson, the Group Head of Retail Banking at the bank commended the hospital for quality health delivery, and reiterated the bank’s commitment to continue supporting the health sector.

He mentioned that the Customer Appreciation Week celebration had been highly successful. According to him, as part of the celebration they organized health screening exercise; an “Ex-Co Meeter Greeter” session (where the Executive Committee of the bank receive and assist customers at the banking halls; a lucky dip raffle; customers served fresh fruit juice and cakes in the banking halls; and finally the donation to Tema General Hospital.

Receiving the package on behalf of the hospital, the Medical Director of the hospital, Dr. Kwabena Opoku Adusei expressed his gratitude to the bank for the kind gesture and commended the bank for its support for the hospital over the years.

He stated that the hospital needs modern equipment to support efficient health delivery, and assured the bank of putting the device to good use.

The Digital Ultrasound Imaging System is a device used for medical ultrasound (also known as diagnostic sonography or ultrasonography), which is a diagnostic imaging technique based on the application of ultrasound. It also used to see internal body structures such as tendons, muscles, joints, vessels and internal organs.

Mr. Boakye Agyei-Twum and Mr. Harrison Asigbetse of the Tema Harbour Branch and the Tema Community One Branch of the bank respectively witnessed the presentation.



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