Yaounde: Chantal Biya Inuagurates Special Hospital For The Rich Only

Chantal  Biya, Cameroon's First Lady will be inaugurating this Friday at noon, the newly constructed Hospital of research and application in endoscopic surgery and Human Reproduction (Chracerh) at  Ngousso district of Yaoundé, according to a statement from the civil cabinet.

Cameroon concord gathered that the foundation stone for the construction of the special hospital was laid back on the 1.12.1999. According to documents released to the press,the hospital, furnished with state-of-the-art equipment, is a specialised centre for the treatment of classic gynecology and obstetrics, outpatient, gynecological emergencies, cryoscopia, hysteroscopy , endoscopy, medical assistance for procreation, In vitro fertilization ,and the fight against infertility.

The hospital  has 6 operating theaters, including 4 for gynecological surgery.The services of specialty doctors for emergency care are available throughout on all days of the week.

 

The hospital has ultra modern office space for doctors, as well as a cesarean section, a section  for In vitro fertilization , numerous laboratories,  delivery room, hospital rooms, a chapel, a mosque, a fitness  and  laundry room.

 Hopefully this will convince government officials to go there for treatment rather than being evacuated to France as it has always been the case. Another question that plaques the common Cameroonian is,will the services of such an ultra-expensive hospital be available to the average citizen?

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