GE Africa (Lagos)
A Very Special Hospital Keeps Nelson Mandela's Legacy Alive
The Nelson Mandela Children's Hospital is only the second of its kind in South Africa, after the Red Cross Children's Hospital in Cape Town, and will have 200 beds available. It will finally realise the late president's dream to bring healthcare to Southern Africa's children regardless of race, socio-economic status or the ability to pay, and will provide specialised care which is not available at general hospital facilities. The hospital, owned by the Nelson Mandela Children's Trust, has the support of several corporates including GE, which donated $1 million through its foundation. More about GE in Africa in this BRIEFING.
Walls of a room for GE CT scanner made to look like a pirate ship.
GE Africa, 11 May 2016
Nobel Peace Prize laureate Nelson Mandela, South Africa’s first democratic president, was known for his deep and abiding love for children. In 2005, deeply distressed by the… Read more »
A GE CT scanner made to look like a pirate ship.
Hard on the heels of its recent expansion of Vscan antenatal screenings to more than 2 million expectant mothers across Nigeria, GE--through its Healthymagination Mother & Child ... Read more »
GE partners with the Nigerian Federal Ministry of Health (FMoH), the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and the National Primary ... Read more »
GE Healthcare, the $18 billion healthcare technology division of GE (NYSE: GE), announced the creation of a new business unit, Sustainable Healthcare Solutions (SHS), that will ... Read more »