‘Money not motivating factor’

Founder of Rabito Clinic, Professor Edmund Nminyem Delle, says his intention to open more clinics in the country is not for monetary purpose.  


According to the Professor of Dermatology, making money in return for his immense service to humanity was the least thing he thought of before leaving a lucrative and well-paid job in Italy.


Addressing a gathering at the official commissioning of the clinic’s 17th branch at Dansoman in the Greater Accra Region last Friday, Prof. Delle revealed that what motivated him and his staff was service to humanity.


“We derive in joy when we see our patients being healed and hearty. I get satisfaction from the impact I make in people’s lives and not the money I make


“Our motivation comes from the love we have for mankind and service to the most High God and not the accumulation of wealth,” he said.


The renowned Dermatologist said that one of his core missions on earth was to strengthen Rabito Foundation so as to assist in soliciting medical equipment and supplies to better serve remote and rural communities.


On her part, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Rabito Clinic Ltd., Karen A. S. Hendrickson said the clinic was poised to provide quality affordable health care to both rural and urban communities in Ghana.


She announced that general medicines as well as specialty skin medicine (dermatological services) are dispensed in all the 17 branches across the county.


“Compassionate professionals, committed to a life of service to their patients, await all who visit our clinics. Our experience providing medical services for a huge variety of skin conditions over four decades has rightfully earned Rabito the title the Skin Specialist”, Mad. Hendrickson noted.


“Our patients are the centre of everything we do and as the CEO, I have the honour and privilege to build on what Prof. Delle and Rabito team have created. With their commitment and team work, our patients can expect more locations, improved facilities, and more health services with a supreme focus on improving their health” she added.


Story: Franklin ASARE-DONKOH

Writer’s email: franklin.asare-donkor@todaygh.com



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