Senator Binos D. Yaroe commissioned Mobile Hospital

Sen. Binos Yaroe, representing Adamawa South senatorial district has commissioned a mobile hospital for free medical services to constituents.

Speaking during the commissioning in Borong, Demsa Local Government Area on Sunday, Former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar described the mobile hospital as a world-class facility.

Abubakar who was represented by the Former Governor of Adamawa, Boni Haruna said that the Yaroe had done much for the constituent and deserve to be reelected.

“This a world-class facility and in honestly you can’t find this facility in conventional hospitals, they are of world-class.

“My prayer is of the services to be sustained, the senator should develop mechanisms to get it sustained even after his tenure.

“This is not a job of the legislator, basically the job of a legislator is to make laws for good reference but for the senator to via into this service is quite commendable”, he said.

In his remarks, Yaroe said that the mobile hospital is to complement his free medical outreaches across the nine Local Government Areas of the zone.

According to him, with the mobile hospital, a lot of people at the grassroots will benefit from his free healthcare services.

He added that it is his priority to provide free medical services for the less privileged persons who can not afford to go to the hospital due to some challenges.

Yaroe further commended health officials for their contributions towards the success of the free medical outreaches and that of the mobile hospital.

Dr. Dar Telemoh, the consultant said that at the commissioning five patients are to be operated on, and 200 patients are to be consulted, and have their treatment inside the Van.

He said that the Van has everything that the clinic should have for effective service delivery.

“It has an accident and emergency unit, a place for delivery, consulting unit, theatre room, laboratory, patient monitor, treatment room among others including toilet”, he said.

In his remarks, the traditional leader, Murum Bwaltam Biyapo commended Yaroe for the gesture and charged those responsible for the sustenance of the van to ensure justice and fairness to last longer.

1 thought on “Senator Binos D. Yaroe commissioned Mobile Hospital”

  1. Most often times impact is preferred in monetary value but lasting legacies are those little things we do to save lives and give them a chance to live longer. Your community interventions are imprints that cannot be overemphasized

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