GREENHILLS STROKE Rehabilitation Centre, a professional stroke treatment centre licensed by the Health Facilities Regulatory Agency (HeFRA), is embarking on free treatment of stroke patients.
The exercise is also aimed at educating the general public on stroke rehabilitation and treatments, which comes off on Saturday, September 28, 2019, from 7:30a.m. to 4:30p.m. on the centre’s premises at Sakaman.
A partnership proposal to the DAILY HERITAGE signed by Mr Isaac Eshun, Event Coordinator, says established some five years ago, “the centre adopts a multi-disciplinary approach to stroke treatment, making use of professional trained health personnel, including doctors, physiotherapist, dieticians, nurses, and occupational therapists in offering total and comprehensive care to our patients.”
“The centre is located in the Ga South Municipality, precisely at Sakaman, near Blue Lagoon. Greenhills Stroke Rehabilitation Centre is by this letter seeking to partner with your media house to create more awareness of stroke treatment.
“We are embarking on free treatment of stroke patients and to educate the general public on stroke rehabilitation and treatments. The main purpose of this partnership is to create more awareness on stroke prevention, which is one of the leading causes of death in Ghana.
“Under the partnership, we would like your assistance in (airing/ publishing) news stories, announcements, and live event interviews that will help promote the stroke treatment. Greenhill’s stroke rehabilitation centre, in return, will include your name and a logo on all our promotional materials for the programme.”