Johnson & Johnson's visit to Ndera Neuro-Psychiatric Hospital
Appreciate the care work in the hospital and the working conditions
Mrs. Alma Scott who is the head of the operations and partnership department on the African continent with the Boss of Johnson & Johnson visited today in the morning, departments of the Neuro-Psychiatric Hospital of Ndera.
The Boss of Johnson & Johnson who was accompanied by his collaborators visited the services of HIV AIDS, Neurology, Center Kundwa (Who cares for children with mental problems), and some rooms of the sick.
To this end, the delegation received examples and explanations from the director general of the Neuro-Psychiatric Hospital of Ndera, Brother Charles NKUBILI, surrounded by his collaborators.
According to the Director General of the Hospital, the first thing in the hospital is the quality of care, and welcoming the patients very warmly!
For its part, the delegation noted and commended the effort made at the Neuro-Psychiatric Hospital in Ndera, because it was said that without good mental health, nothing can be done.
On this occasion, the director general of the Neuro-Psychiatric Hospital of Ndera, Brother Charles NKUBILI praised the commitment of Johnson & Johnson, and he also added that everyone must think of people with mental problems, because c is a disease like others, and that after treatment, whoever had these problems, returns to his family, as he was before.
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