Angau Hospital

Marape visits ANGAU Hospital redevelopment

Delivered under the Papua New Guinea – Australia Partnership, the ANGAU redevelopment will provide a world-class hospital in Lae. The project also includes upgrades to five health clinics in Bulolo, Wau, Mutzing, Etep and Braun, ensuring better health service delivery in remote communities.

During the visit, Prime Minister Marape and High Commissioner Davis opened the new ANGAU Haus Lotu, the hospital’s multi-denominational chapel. The chapel will not only function as a place of worship and reflection, but also as a facility for meetings, conferences and presentations.

Tourists donate wheelchair to Angau

A Japanese World War II Bereavement Tour Group visiting PNG to pay respect to death WWII Japanese soldiers donated a wheelchair and assorted items such as caps, shirts and other valuable equipment to the hospital on Friday.

Group Tour Guide Kazuhiro Nozawa on behalf of the Tour Group said the donation was small but significant gesture that they hope will continue the good relationship Japan has with PNG.

Angau put under strict curfew after breakout

This is because of the escapees that were gunned down by police and CS officers and are still recovering in the hospital.

Angau Memorial Hospital CEO Dr Christopher Kenyhercz issued the ban following talks with police hierarchy and the Correctional Service Commander of Buimo Jail.

The Lae public is advised that only genuine patients with clinic books and immediate family of very ill patients will be allowed in during normal visiting hours.

Angau receives new equipment and infrastructure

Working in partnership with the ANGAU Memorial Hospital, this will provide much needed supplies, maintenance and additional infrastructure to improve service delivery and health outcomes.

Items to be delivered over the coming months include medical equipment; a portable ward and surgery theatre; a new dental clinic; ward improvement works; extension of the Intensive Care Unit; alongside essential services infrastructure modifications including a new stand-by generator and uninterrupted power supply solutions.

Lions share with Christmas spirit

The club members and their families visited the children’s ward, Haus Clare, St Mary’s Catholic Church and Angau Hospital.

They met and donated small gifts to the children at the children’s ward, the orphans at Haus Clare and the street kids associated with the church.

LLC is affiliated to Lions International organisation that usually do visits during Easter, Independence Day and on Christmas.

Club member Barbara Kalenda said it was rewarding to see the smile on everyone’s faces when they received their gifts.