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Jui Residents Extol MedivenueHospital Complex

Jui Residents Extol MedivenueHospital Complex

This medium can emphatically confirm that hundreds of Jui Residents in the Western Area Rural District (WARD) have extolled the able management and Staff of Medivenue Hospital Complex (MHC) at Kobba Farm, Jui environs for delivering quality treatments and affordable medical training services in their locality.

According to many residents in the vicinity who this medium spoke to, Medivenue Hospital Complex is not only concentrates in caring for  the sick but also involved in training young Sierra Leoneans on various medical disciplines with International best practice in a bid to complement Government’s effort.

They said, before now, health issues in the community were very challenging but since the inception of Medivenue Hospital Complex, they were now benefiting hugely with standard drugs and medical trainings from international partners through the blessing of Dr. Koroma who they described as good samaritan because of his vision to inspire and capacitate health workers.

The happy community people said Medivenue Hospital Complex has been providing quality medical services and affordable medical trainings on professional nursing courses, noting that the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Hospital, Dr. Abu Bakarr Koroma is a young doctor who they said is so personate about the wellbeing of people especially children, women ,the aged and disable.

In that same vein, a pregnant woman by the name of Madam Isata Jalloh also commended the management of Medivenue Hospital Complex for rescuing her life and that she is grateful for that.

She concluded by commending the management and staff of Medivenue Hospital Complex for maintaining conducive environment for patients and nursing students with quality reception.

By Alhassan Bangura

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