Campbellville, Enmore health centres get cutting-edge dental equipment
The Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation (GPHC) recently invested in cutting-edge equipment which were given to the Campbellville Health Centre and Enmore Polyclinic to aid in improving the dental services there.
According to a statement from the hospital on Monday, it embarked on the transformative journey in healthcare by procuring and installing the advanced dental chairs at the centres.
Mr. Gerron Parker, the spokesperson for GPHC, expressed his delight, stating, “We are thrilled to announce these advancements in dental services, a testament to our ongoing commitment to enhancing healthcare standards for the communities we serve.”
The statement further said, “The procurement and installation of advanced dental chairs at Campbellville Health Centre and Enmore Polyclinic have already begun to yield positive impacts on patient care.
“These enhancements showcase GPHC’s dedication to staying at the forefront of healthcare innovation.”
Additionally, there were upgrades at the facilities, all of which aims to broaden the reach of dental care and reinforce GPHC’s mission of comprehensive healthcare coverage.
The expanded dental services at each facility are available from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM, Monday to Thursday, and 8:00 AM to 3:30 PM on Fridays.
The hospital has committed to remain steadfast in its mission of providing a comprehensive range of quality healthcare services and will continue working tirelessly to initiate dental services at Festival City Polyclinic and Industry Health Centre soon.