Pentecost Hospital, Madina, has dedicated its newly renovated Outpatient Department (OPD) and Emergency Centre to boost healthcare delivery at the facility.
The event, which was officiated by the International Missions Director of the church, Apostle Emmanuel Gyesi-Addo, took place on Sunday, July 26, 2020.
Also, in attendance were Apostles Martin Seth Appiah (Pentecost Hospital Board Chairman and Madina Area Head), Emmanuel Ofei Ankra-Badu (PEMEM Director), Apostle J. O. Amaniampong (La Area Head) and Fred Tiakor (Children’s Ministry Director) as well as other ministers of the church.
Others were the Municipal Director of Health Service, La-Nkwatanang-Madina, Mrs Priscilla Anima Siaw, the President of the Ghana College of Nurses and Midwives, Dr Mrs Abigail A. Kyei who also doubles as the Head of Department for Nursing and Midwifery at the Pentecost University, Board members of the Hospital, and some elders of the community.
Speaking on the theme, “Deliver Us From Evil,” Apostle Gyesi-Addo explained that the manifestation of evil comes in many forms including diseases and sicknesses.
He said that health workers have become God’s hand on earth to deliver people from all kinds of sicknesses. He, therefore, urged them to rise to the occasion and not to disappoint God in the discharge of their duties.
Dr Mrs Abigail Kyei, who is also a Board Member of the Hospital, in turn, admonished personnel of the facility to adequately use the provided social amenities to serve the best interest of the people, the church and the nation at large.
She also expressed her profound gratitude to the leadership of the church and all stakeholders for their immense support and contribution towards the successful renovation of the facility.
The Pentecost Hospital in Madina is one of the three major health facilities of The Church of Pentecost. The other two are the Pentecost Hospitals in Tarkwa and Ayanfuri.