(LINA) -The Administrator of the St. Timothy Government Hospital in Robertsport, Grand Cape Mount County, Aaron Massaley, has disclosed that patient turnout at the hospital has increased after the Ebola outbreak.
He said the hospital which used to register between 80 and 90 patients per day prior to the Ebola outbreak, experienced a massive reduction in turnout as low as zero percent during the Ebola crisis.
Massaley made the disclosure on Saturday at his Robertsport office in an interview with the Liberia News Agency.
He said currently, the hospital receives between 100 and 150 patients per day, describing it as “a big boost.”
Massaley pointed out that common cases registered at the hospital these days are malaria, running stomach, diarrhoea, cold and cough.
He commended employees of the hospital for their hard work, honesty, dedication and commitment in the performance of their duties.