Moresby North West MP Lohia Boe Samuel is planning on having mobile clinics within Motu Koita villages in his electorate for the interest of the people’s health care.
Mr Boe Samuel made mention of this plan after the recent launch of a St John Ambulance station in his electorate.
“I will have a dialogue with the Prime Minister to have some of the APEC buses allocated for this program,” Mr Boe Samuel said.
“I’ve noticed that the number of people wanting to receive medical treatment at the clinic in Konedobu is overwhelming and therefore it is critical to have a health facility to serve the Motu Koita villages.”
The member for Moresby North West said that unfortunately, he does not have much time left in his term to set up a health facility hence he has opted to have the mobile clinics running.
“The mobile clinics will have medical consumables and personnel on board that will be rostered to carry out medical services in the respective communities from time to time.”
He says this service is aimed for the people in ward 1 of his electorate which stretches from Hanuabada village to Tatana and further inland to Baruni village.