Nigerian Navy Gets New Hospital Supplies

Medical equipment worth 500 million naira was at the recently provided to the Nigerian Navy, by a United States based non-governmental organization(NGO), Medshare International.

The equipment include 24 Hill rom Advanta, 26 stryker S2 hospital beds with mattresses, four 40ft containers containing 4,000 boxes of medical supplies, syringes, stethoscope, drug delivery kits, IV pump sets , surgical gloves, opthalmoscope, thermometer, microscopes and laryingoscope.

The Nigerian Navy pledged to donate some of the items , for use at the camp of Internally Displaced Persons in the north-east and other areas where there is unrest the country.

Chief of Naval Staff, Vice-Admiral Ibok Ette Ibas, directed that while some of the items be distributed for use to Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) others should immediately be deployed and distributed to Nigerian Navy hospitals around the country.

Chief of Administration, Nigerian Navy, Rear Admiral Henry Babalola received the supplies on behalf of The Chief of Naval Staff and has this to say:

“It is for this reason that the navy established its own hospitals and medical centres across various commands. These hospitals and medical centres have expanded their services from catering for naval personnel and families to also providing for the general public.

The equipment handed over today would be distributed across all naval medical facilities and some, to the Internally Displaced Persons, especially in the North Eastern part of the country. It is also hoped that the items would be carefully used.The navy selected online only supplies it needed; there was no dumping of supplies on them.


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