In a bid to buttress the efforts of the Government of Liberia and other international partners in strengthening the country’s healthcare delivery system, a Liberian-owned medical group and a Turkish medical center have signed a landmark agreement.
Libericot Mayoubah Medical Center, as the Liberian-owned medical facility is called, is a state of the art hospital expected to be shortly opened to the public to providing quality healthcare services.
The agreement between the two companies was signed Tuesday, June 7, 2022 at the offices of Libericot Mayoubah Medical Center in the Freeport Community on the Bushrod Island, near Monrovia.
As part of the agreement, Turkey Medical Center Inc. will supply medical equipment and medicine for the running of Libericot Mayoubah Medical Center.
In a bid to achieve all legal basis, the agreement was signed in the presence of lawyers representing the legal interests of the two medical groups.
Speaking briefly at the signing ceremony, the Chief Executive Officer of Libericot Mayoubah Medical Center, Amadu Sheriff, lauded his Turkish counterpart for the assistance, which according to him, will buttress the Liberia government and its partners’ effort in strengthening the country health sector that is in dire need of quality medical services.
“On behalf of Libericot Mayoubah Medical Center, I want to extend our heartfelt thanks and appreciation to the Turkey Medical Center for this great support to our hospital and to Liberians in general. This support will go a long way in resuscitating our health sector. This is surely going to buttress government’s own effort in uplifting the health sector,” said Sheriff.
He is Dr. Ahmed Yebrudi of the Turkey Medical Center also in brief remarks, expressed great delight over the investment that aims to help in the revamping of Liberia’s healthcare delivery system.
“We, at the Turkey Medical Center, are so happy coming to Liberia to collaborate with a health facility such as Libericot. The agreement is important, but most above all, our investment towards the health sector is very important,” added Dr. Yebrudi.