18 January 2013

Liberia: St. Joseph Gets New Management

The St. Joseph Catholic Hospital has been turned over to the Provincial Superior of the St. Augustine Province of Africa Based in Ghana by the Provincial Superior of the Province of Spain. Speaking at the turning over program recently, the Catholic Archbishop of Monrovia, Lewis Jerome Zigler said that the upbringing of any child by parents is indeed a tedious task, therefore if a parent gives up a child that does not mean that the parent lacks love for that child. It could be due to insurmountable situations that this kind of thing could happen.

Mr. Zigler added that the new management has already embarked on the renovation of the hospital and also rendering other assistances which demonstrate their ego to modernize the Catholic Hospital and be fully equipped to cater to the numerous patients.

The Provincial Superior Bartholomew Kamara said that they are so happy to be in Liberia on such an occasion that will help in the health sector and they are willing to work in line with the Ministry of Health.

He stated further that one has to make sacrifices so that his future could be bright. He said that costumers' service should be given more attention to make the St. Joseph Catholic Hospital an excellent place for patients.

He then asked for togetherness to make Liberia a successful country among other nations. He said, "We are here with our utmost confidence".

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