Lilongwe Suin Foundation (LSF) has opened a new hospital in Area 3 of the capital city that will help patients seeking special treatment outside the country.
Manzoor Bheda, Chairperson for the LSF Board Of Trustees said the hospital is open to all regardless of status.
Bheda said LSF seeks to complement the government’s efforts in the provision of quality health services to the citizenry.
“Currently, the hospital is open but we are waiting for special medical equipment to be installed so we run all departments to their full capacities,” said Bheda.
According to Aamir Patel the Chairperson of the LSF Executive Board, the construction of the hospital commenced in 2017 to help the less privileged access quality health services.