The pain doctor Dr Godwin Maduka has replaced pain like his always doing by paying many hospital outstanding bills.
There was joy and celebration among patience, staff and management of the hospital where the girl from AGULU who was shot in error by SARS in 2020, was amputated and have hold, hostage, by the Hospital management, even after several passionate appeals to many Ndi Anambra and Nigerians in general towards paying her hospital bills, chinimso have remained in the hospital for the past one year.https://www.facebook.com/100050603734543/videos/pcb.379246047105517/982108305960489
MONDAY , AUGUST 23, 2021 a day this girl and her mother will not forget in their lifetime as her story by some Facebook users online who put up a pleading letter across to Dr Godwin Maduka who drove to the hospital to see for himself the Girl and access the situation.
Despite the fact that the bill on the Girl was above 4 Million Naira, Dr Maduka cleared the Bill and other patients who have outstanding bills and gave them transportation fees to go home not minding that the hospital delayed him missing other appointments but he never mind he said.
For those who don’t know Dr Godwin Maduka might think he’s chasing a political crus, know, that is his character and lifestyle, he is a philanthropies with a difference.
Dr Maduka Built, Renders financial support to patients and people on a monthly basis.
“No patient should pay a dime for treatment in this hospital” was his statement.
Dr Godwin Maduka built Trinitas Hospital Umuchukwu; the hospital he built, equipped to the full and donated to the Catholic Diocese of Ekwulobia to oversee its affairs.
This is his usual way of routinely visiting the hospital. He made a stop from ward to ward, discussed with the patients and supports them with funds for their feedings and upkeep while they recuperate.
Note that since the inception of Trinitas Hospital, Umuchukwu, the hospital was made free to all the people, nobody had been charged any kobo for hospital treatment.
Dr Maduka on his own provides funds for defraying patients hospital bills as well as adequate funds with which the hospital functions.