Marie Collins, a UK based Liberian, launched The Mary Kwende Foundation to help alleviate maternal health challenges faced by young mothers.
A doctor visiting from India, Dr. Somasheila Murthy, recently performed four cornea transplant surgeries at the John F. Kennedy Medical Center.
The Liberia Medicines and Health Products Regulatory Authority has disclosed that close to US$1 million of equipment were destroyed during the fire that gutted a laboratory and warehouse of the National Drug Service on May 30.
After making assurances to continue distributing essential drugs to health facilities despite the recent fire at the National Drug Service warehouse, the agency says it will begin airlifting drugs to locations across the country.
On Tuesday night, May 30, fire gutted the building that hosted the laboratory and medical supplies warehouse of the National Drug Service located in the compound of the John F. Kennedy Medical Center in Sinkor.
On Jan. 11, various stakeholders within the health sector of Liberia held a conference at the Golder Key Hotel to formulate strategies on the reduction of maternal deaths in the country.
A member of the Board of Directors of the John F. Kennedy Medical Center says he opposes the presence of PREVAIL on the first floor of the hospital.
In the ongoing case involving Seargeant Melvin K. Tolbert, the Armed Forces of Liberia appears to have demonstrated negligence in meeting its obligations to one of its soldiers who was injured while on duty, according to documents provided to The Bush Chicken.