Over 1,000 Citizens, Security Personnel Benefit Free Medical Service

MONROVIA-At least close to 1500 Residents of Bo-Waterside and State Security Personnel of the Bo-Waterside Community Tewor District have benefited from free medical services.

These services were provided by the Universal Chaplain Corps and Rescue Mission from Sierra Leone.

The Universal Chaplain Corps and Rescue Mission is a medical organization made of informer soldiers of the  Sierra Leonean Armed Forces who are rendering free medical services to several African  Countries,  including Liberia.

The Universal Chaplain Corps and Rescue Mission also conducts medical examinations, diagnoses, and provides treatment for sick people in and around African countries and is expected to return to the country, especially in the rural areas of Liberia to provide services to the people.

Speaking to this paper recently in the Bo-Waterside Community while providing services to residents and state security personnel assigned to the borer, the chaplain general of the medical team, Patrick A. George said land it is the heartbeat of his team to serve humanity.

According to him,  the team charged a little of 500ld to provide services to the people and added that said fees is intended for the treatment to be of seriousness to the would-be sick people for further treatment.

In an exclusive interview,  Dr. Georgetown who is also a former soldier of the Sierra Leonean armed forces disclosed further that his team has rendered similar service to men and women of the armed forces of Liberia, AFL in the country recently.

He added that the universal chaplain corps and rescue mission treat different kinds of sicknesses including eye sickness and that most of the patients treated in the country were people with eye sickness and expressed the hope to return to the country and provide services to the sick people.

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