Dunamis Donates Hospital Equipments To Abuja Health Care Centre

Senior Pastor of the Dunamis International Gospel Centre (DIGC), Paul Enenche on Wednesday donated numerous hospital equipments to AMAC Primary Health Centre, Lugbe, Abuja.

This is coming on the heels of a similar donation of safety materials to the Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA), on Tuesday.

Enenche had promised to donate hospital equipments to the health centre at Lugbe today, Wednesday.

An official of the hospital also thanked the pastor for providing the centre with the equipments.

“All what you have supplied have met the needs of the various units,” one of the nurses said.

The items donated (announced by the pastor) are as follows: 8 units of hospital beds and mattresses, 2 units of height measuring sticks, 1 unit of examination couch, 2 units diagnostic sets, 3 units of sphygmomanometer, 1 standard unit of Microhematocrit centrifuge 1 standard unit of gynecologic couch, 2 units infant weighing scales, 2 units sets of oxygen cylinders, 5 packs of oxygen face mask, 5 cartons of regular face masks, 1 unit of automatic stretcher, 6 pieces of drip stands, 1 standard unit of ultrasound machine, 20 liters of methylated spirit, personal protective equipment, 20 litres of Dettol, 1 standard unit of hospital screen and 10 pairs of medical boots.

The non medical equipments donated include 7 units standing fans, 1 unit of 5 KVA generator and 2 units of water dispenser.

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