The administrator of Lutheran Hospital in Zorzor Lofa County Sumo Wihell has attributed the challenges faced by the medical center to the lack of logistics and insufficient mobility.
Wihell on Monday it is difficult in getting to patients from hard-to-reach places due to the lack of insufficient Ambulance or mobility.
According to him though the hospital currently operates one Ambulance, its maintenance is another major difficulty especially when it comes to transferring patients from rural parts of that area to the hospital in Zorzor.
Meanwhile, the Hospital administrator has launched a passionate plea to the government and partners to help provide more vehicles and other logistics in order to enable the hospital effectively executed its duties.
The issue of quality health is becoming more difficult in the country, especially outside Monrovia and the rural areas in Liberia. But International partners continue to contribute to the health sector in Liberia.
Reported by: Morris Wleh Tee
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