A Brigadier General Christopher Gyasensir has praised nurses at the Asamankese hospital for their prompt treatment of a farmer he helped conveyed to the hospital.
Brigadier General Christopher Gyasensir, who was on his way back from a funeral at Asamankese, was approached by a woman begging to be helped to convey the husband who had collapsed on their farm to the hospital.
“We rushed him to the Asamankese hospital and on arrival about 2 pm, I went to the Emergency Unit to tell the nurses that I had a patient in my car,” Brid. General Gyansesir narrated in a letter widely circulated on social media.
“I was amazed at their prompt response and the professionalism with which they handled the situation.”
He said judging from what he witnessed vis-a-vis complaints about the attitude of nurses, he felt “obliged to formally write” to commend the nurses for showing the “good side of the profession.”
He also singled out the nurses at the emergency unit who were on duty on August 5, 2017, for commendation.
“Please convey to them my personal commendations and let them know that their profession is a noble calling and that God will reward them abundantly in so many ways,” he said.