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No Shortage Of Oxygen At Oda Government Hospital – Management Clears Air

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The management of  Akyem Oda Government Hospital in the Birim Municipal Assembly of the Eastern Region has responded to the allegations made by the media about critical shortage of oxygen in the mentioned health facility.

 

In a statement sighted by MyGhanaMedia.com, the Medical Superintendent at Akyem Oda Government Hospital, Dr. Emmanuel K. Acquaah-Harrison  stated that it was not true that there was critical shortage of oxygen at the hospital.

 

‘During the reporting period there was no cancellation of surgeries due to oxygen shortage as alleged by the media. There was however, a problem with the installation of the oxygen plant at the accident and emergency unit which is being worked on’, he stated.

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