30-BED MEDICAL FACILITY AND A THEATRE FOR ST. ANDREWS CLINIC AT KORDIABE
Christ the King Catholic church is deeply concerned about the well–being of patients; by ensuring that deprived
communities are provided with the high quality health care specic to their needs through health information, promotion and advocacy. It is in this regard that the Parish Pastoral Council of our Parish has
sanctioned the construction of a 30-bed medical facility and a theater for St. Andrews Clinic at Kordiabe as a signatory 65th Anniversary Project. It is located in the Shai-Osu Doku District in the Greater Accra Region.
The sod cutting event took place on 27th March, 2015 at the project site; with Christ the King Catholic Church committing an initial amount of Two Hundred Thousand Ghana cedis (GHS 200,000).
As part of its corporate social responsibility, Dalex Finance and Leasing Co. Limited has made a three-year commitment of GHS500,000 to the St Andrews Hospital Project. Mr. Kenneth Kwamina Thompson (CEO,
DALEX) made the announcement when he presented an initial tranche of DALEX commitment GHS 50,000 to the Christ the King Central Harvest Planning Committee at 65TH ANNIVERSARY SIGNATORY PROJECT:
30-BED MEDICAL FACILITY AND A THEATRE FOR ST. ANDREWS CLINIC AT KORDIABE a ceremony at Kordiabe on Tuesday, 20th October 2015.
Furthermore, Dalex Finance and Leasing Co. Limited and Christ the King Central Harvest Planning Committee hosted a Benet Breakfast for the St. Andrews Hospital project, as part of the 2015 Pre-harvest fundraising events. The event took place on Tuesday, 27th October, 2015 at La Villa Boutique Hotel, OSU. A handsome amount
of GHS 172,000(One hundred and seventy two thousand cedis) was raised for the project.
St. Andrews Clinic, Kordiabe is legally owned by the Metropolitan Archdiocese of Accra. It is registered under the Christian Health Association of Ghana, accredited by the National Health Insurance Authority and run by the Sisters of the Congregation of Holy Family (CHF). The Hospital project is due to be completed this September.