MAMBAJAO, CAMIGUIN, Aug. 13 (PIA) — The Camiguin General Hospital (CGH) reports the near completion of its P5-million diagnostic building which will house a new CT scan machine.
The hospital has now completed the installation of the CT-scan lead and will soon be facilitating the purchase of the equipment in the amount of P20-P30 million.
This is expected to cut transportation needs of patients to the mainland just to undergo CT-Scan diagnosis.
Several state of the art equipment are also made available in the CGH laboratories like X-ray, endoscopy, urinalysis, CBC, and 4-D ultrasound.
Dr. Arvin Sampilo of CGH likewise bared that the hospital is currently bidding the installation of sprinkler, electrical rewiring and commissioning of the 475 KW generator automatic transfer switch.
The European Union, meanwhile, released P1-million assistance for the improvement of the hospital’s façade and parking area. (PIA)