HCE Ghana Opening Night at the Golden Tulip Hotel
On the evening of 22nd February, HCE Medical Group launched its new medical healthcare sales operation HCE Ghana Ltd, at an official opening and reception at the Golden Tulip Hotel, Accra, Ghana. The Opening was attended by esteemed guests Mrs Ruth Appiah, Deputy Head, Ministry of Healthcare, Mr Peter Courtney, Head of Trade, British High Commission, Mr Raj Singh, CEO, HCE Medical Group, Mrs Sapna Chadha, Group Business Development, HCE Medical Group, Daniel Kingsford Osabutey, CEO of HCE Ghana. Many senior medical practitioners and healthcare professionals from the Ghanaian Healthcare sector were in attendance to preside over the opening and presentations from HCE Medical Group.
HCE Ghana Ltd has been created to market and distribute medical devices and consumables throughout West Africa with a bricks and mortar presence to service the needs from our offices in Accra, Ghana.
Peter Courtney, Head of Trade, British High Commission, Ghana said “I’m delighted to be here to officially open the establishment of HCE Ghana. Their arrival speaks volumes for their faith in the country”. Daniel Kingsford Osabutey, CEO of HCE Ghana, said: “We’re looking forward to working with Government, the private health sector and our partners to provide a wide range of healthcare products and services not available here in our home market to meet our SDG3 and improve the health of our people”.
Sapna Chadha, Group Business Development, HCE Medical Group, UK, said “Our expansion into Ghana will further enhance our capability to deliver at competitive prices and ensure a local after sales service for our products.” Raj Singh, CEO of HCE Medical Group, UK said: “High quality healthcare is essential in building prosperity and trade, here in Africa and wherever we operate across the world. Our new operation in Ghana will be the focus not only for sales and distribution, but for sourcing new products. We’ve chosen to build our presence in this open, liberal and growing economy and we expect strong growth in sales, enabling us to offer jobs and to contribute to Ghana’s prosperity.”