Apostle Eric Nyamekye, Chairman of The Church Of Pentecost, has visited the Pentecost Community Clinic, in Twifo Agona, in the Central Region of Ghana.
He made this visit during his ministerial tour to the Agona Zone, within the Twifo Praso Area of The Church of Pentecost (CoP).
The clinic was dedicated on Monday, September 25, 2017, by Apostle Professor Opoku Onyinah (Retired), immediate past Chairman of The Church of Pentecost, and assisted by Apostle Alexander Nana Yaw Kumi-Larbi, General Secretary, The Church Of Pentecost, and Apostle John Osei Amaniampong (then Area Head of Dunkwa Area).
According to the Resident Physician Assistant In-Charge and Head of Facility, Ms. Stella Mahama, the clinic is one of the highly patronised and preferred health centres for the inhabitants of the community and beyond.
She explained that the clinic receives more patients seasonally, especially during the rainy seasons.
She used the occasion to express her appreciation to the church for its immense support to the clinic.
She then called on the church and individuals to support them with more medical equipment voluntarily, to aid their services in the community.
Apostle Eric Nyamekye, Chairman of The Church, encouraged the nurses and staff, to keep doing their best for the Lord in service to mankind.
“Life can be meaningful to all of you, depending on how you live or make it. Don’t waste it,” he iterated.
He further urged them to build their lives in Christ and continue to pray about their future as young people, and added: “God bless you for your sacrifices to The Church of Pentecost”.
He assured the clinic of a continuous support from the church, in terms of more equipment to facilitate health service provision in the community.
He prayed and committed the staff of the clinic into the hands of God.
Present were Pastor David Nii Addo-Pappoe (Twifo Praso Area Head, The Church of Pentecost), Mrs. Mary Nyamekye (Wife of Chairman, The Church of Pentecost), Mrs. Faustina Addo-Pappoe (Wife of Twifo Praso Area Head, CoP), Beatrice Amoakoa (Nurse Manager, Twifo Agona Pentecost Community Clinic), Pastor Sampson K. Gavor-Dzefe (Twifo Agona District Minister), Pastor George Mpoamoh Yenabi (Twifo Wamaso District Minister), some of Twifo Praso Area Pastorate.
Twifo Praso Pentecost Community Clinic, is a member of the Christian Health Association of Ghana (CHAG), National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) Accredited, Baby friendly, and a 24-hour Health Provider.
Some of the services provided there are: General Medicine, Outpatient Service, Inpatient Service, Laboratory Service, Counselling Service, Pharmaceutical Service, Maternity Service, Ultrasound Scan Service, Adolescent Health Service, Reproductive and Child Health (RCH) Service; Public Health, Mental Health, and Eye Clinic Service.