AMSA Renal Care Seychelles donates R250,000 to Ministry of Health |17 December 2021
AMSA Renal Care Seychelles has donated a cheque worth R250,000 to the Ministry of Health.
The money, to improve facilities at the hemodialysis unit, was handed over by the president of the company, Abdulla Amiruddin Ajmal, to Minister Peggy Vidot, in a short ceremony held yesterday at the Seychelles Hospital.
Present were the director of the Seychelles Hospital, Kenneth Henriette; nurse manager of the hemodialysis unit, Elsia Sinon; doctors and other representatives of AMSA Renal Care Seychelles.
With its head office in Dubai, AMSA Renal Care Seychelles, based at the Seychelles Hospital, has been assisting in the treatment of hemodialysis patients in the country for the past couple of years.
“The country has given us so much love and the opportunity serves the people, which is what we are doing and we will continue to do more,” Mr Ajmal said.
He stated that AMSA’s constant endeavour is to provide the best in class support in the renal care space and will further establish its credentials as a healthcare partner to fulfill the vision to provide the best in class, renal healthcare support and treatment to the people of Seychelles.
“We have ensured the highest quality standards and strived to ascertain the best treatment for all needy patients throughout the period of this association. While this has been a business association, we have ensured patient safety, treatment, wellbeing and on ground service at all times, and we are determined to continue in the same stead for a long time to come.
“We hope it adds to the efforts being made by the government for the betterment of health for the people here,” he said, thanking the government and the Health Care Agency for their support.
On behalf of the people of Seychelles and the ministry, Minister Vidot thanked AMSA for the donation and for the continued partnership.
She noted that the ministry is very grateful and appreciative to partners who help improve facilities at the hospital.