New Angau Hospital Ward opening should boost healthcare

 THE opening of Lae’s Angau Memorial Hospital’s new children’s outpatient ward should mean improved healthcare services, Morobe health authority chief executive officer Dr Kipas Binga says.

“It should also come with health workers giving and raising their services,” he said.

New Angau Hospital Ward opening should boost healthcare. Photo by Angau Hospital Lae

“The ward is where children are treated for health complications.

“With the new facility, the ward staff must give their best where possible in delivering the best healthcare they can.”

Dr Binga said patients should feel happy when they seek medical treatment in a facility that was fully equipped.

“The ward staff have to use the new facility to bring about change in terms of training, health care and work attitude,” he said.

“The old ward will be pulled down to make way for the new K65 million cancer facility that is being planned by the authority.”

The old ward was built in 1987 and was now dilapidated.

The National / PNG Health Tips

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