Feb 7, 2011, 12:43 PM
at the Royal Victoria Teaching Hospital in
She cited the ROC’s donation of a computed tomography system and a nuclear magnetic resonance system as having marked important milestones in The Gambia’s medical history.
“The modern equipment has benefited not only Gambian people, but also those from neighboring countries who travel to The Gambia for treatment,” Hon. Badjie said, while lauding the importance of the medical exchanges between the two nations, which started in 2007.
Such interactions have greatly helped The Gambia, the minister said, citing the free medical care services provided by a Taiwanese medical team in The Gambia last year.