Psychiatric Centre: We are in need of an ambulance – Nurse Attendant
By Sheikh Manneh.
Omar Johnson a nurse attendance at the Tanka Tanka Psychiatric Center in Salagie said the hospital is need of an ambulance for referrals of patients and other errands of the hospital.
“The most challenged we have here is ambulance. There is no ambulance at the hospital. The one we use to run our daily errands is at the garage right now, any referral now we have to call Banjul for an Ambulance which is not effective” He stated.”
He made this remarks on Saturday in an interview after receiving Jonkong Jammeh and Taslima the November Birthday Drive team giving instead of receiving.
He further added that the center is full of challenges and some its need including: sanitary pads for women toothpaste toothbrush, secondhand clothes and soaps.
Jonkong Jammeh and Taslima Jallow on Saturday provided breakfast and lunch at the centre for 110 patients at the center. The gesture is through their Birthday Drive initiative giving instead of receiving. The team commences this year’s packages gift on 3 days Thursday 28 to Saturday 30th were they give packages to the visual impaired and physical challenge people and finally completed the their tour gift at Tanka Tanka Psychiatric Center in Salagie were they provided breakfast and lunch to the patients at the center.