Office gets computer set

National, Normal

The National, Tuesday October 29th, 2013

 THE National Othortic and Prosthetic Service office in Mt Hagen has been given a new computer and printer worth K4,000 by the Western Highlands provincial health authority.

The office provides people living with disabilities with wheelchairs and artificial body parts.

The computer set is to help store data and other needs.

Office head Thomas Kitipa said the health authority helped  not only disabled people in Western Highlands but the Highlands region.

“This office plays a big role in helping people with disabilities and this computer and the printer will help us with data storage (on disabled people),” he said.

“This is the only office that serves the Highlands region, and with the computer set we will make proper filing and create data for our patients.”