New clinic opens at Lae ward

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LAE businessman Sir Bob Sinclair yesterday opened a new clinic at the Ward Two council area.
The Sir Bob Sinclair Clinic will serve people in Ward Two who had been travelling to the city to seek medical treatment there.
The building cost more than K350,000.
Sir Bob said saving lives was important.
“And I thought if I am going to do something constructive and is going to save lives, here is an opportunity. Today, we see the fruits of Sir Bob Sinclair Clinic. And if the clinic can save one life, everyone would be all happy.”
He promised to maintain the clinic “to the day I die”.
Ward councillor Carol Yawing said her ward was the last in the Lae Urban Local Level Government to have a health centre.
“You would not go looking for treatment in other health centres if you are sick, because the health centre is at your doorsteps,” she said.
Yawing paid tribute to former ward councillor Michael Koi who initiated the idea of the health centre.