In a bid to buttress government’s effort in providing modern health service delivery in the country, the management of Shree Krishna, a private business has dedicated a modern clinic in Monrovia to meet health needs of the citizenry.
Providing a historical overview and mission statement of the clinic, the Director and Chief Executive Officer, Kishore Gurbani says his entity was established for the sole purpose of catering to the medical needs of Liberians.
Mr. Gurbani says the facility will be open for 24 hours in addressing health challenges faced by Liberians and foreign residents as well.He notes the Shree Krishna Health facility has a modern operation theatre, a kidney dialysis machine and an intensive care unit that would handle cases of heart attack.
Gurbandi discloses the entity has hired services of foreign doctors who are specialists to provide much needed medical services to the public.He lauds the government and people of Liberia for their patronage to clinic and assures them that they will be served in line with best practice when it comes to medicine.
Making remarks, the Registrar General of the Liberia Medical and Dental Counsel, Dr. Moses Pewue, says the initiative by Mr. Gurbani should be emulated by others, especially Liberians.
Dr. Pewu says if such initiative is emulated, it would go a long way in solving some of the medical challenges faced by Liberia and its citizenry.He pledges the unflinching support of the Liberia Medical and Dental Council to the operations of the clinic.
Also making remarks at the occasion, Indian Counsel General to Liberia, Upjit Singh Sachdeva praised the management of Shree Krsihna for the bold step taking to provide medical services to Liberians.
Sachdeva said he was a source of inspiration to the CEO of the hospital, encouraging him to open the clinic in the Sinkor belt of Monrovia. The Indian Consul said Kidney Dialysis machine brought by the clinic will go a long way in solving illness relating to kidney.
According to the Consul, Liberians can rest assured that health issues that took them to other countries in the sub region will now be addressed by the Shree Krsihan Health Center.For his part , deputy police commissioner for Administration, Samor Mulbah assures the management of the Clinic of the Police protection at all times.
Samor appeals to the management to always consider the police at night when patients are taken to the clinic for medical service.The King of Yoruba tribe in Liberia Oba Omokolaji Obunkaya says contribution of Shree Krishna to the medical needs of Liberia should be seen as a right decision in supporting the Government of Liberia Pro-Poor Agenda.
Mr. Obunkaya praises the management of the clinic for bringing modern medical facilities that will address the medical challenges in the country.The management of Lucky Pharmaceuticals appeals to the management of the clinic to make services very affordable; indicating that though it is a business, the interest of the masses should be considered.
-Editing by Jonathan Browne