National Beverage Company donates furniture to the Medical Services Directorate in Ramallah

Ramallah - The National Beverage Company Coca-Cola/Cappy (NBC) donated a set of furniture to the Medical Services Directorate in Ramallah and Al-Bireh, with a view to help the Directorate's continuous provision of medical and treatment services for military personnel, their families and citizens in all the Palestinian villages and towns.  
The donated furniture included waiting chairs for patients, file cabinets and chairs for physicians. The furniture items were delivered to the Directorate premises in Ramallah in the presence of Alaa Esawi from NBC and Colonel Dr. Montaser Sawali, director of the Medical Services Directorate in Ramallah and Al-Bireh.  
Mr. Imad al-Hindi, General Manager of NBC, stated that NBC management is pleased to provide ongoing support and cooperation for the benefit of the Directorate, as it believes in the medical services provided by the Directorate clinics to civilians and military personnel. He appreciated the Directorate significant role in providing free treatment for patients. Al-Hindi further indicated that donating new pieces of furniture to the Directorate clinics is a part of NBC social and participatory commitment towards the national institutions, especially the medical ones that need ongoing rapid support to be able to provide more in an ideal manner.     
Mr. al-Hindi also reiterated that NBC maintains its ongoing cooperation with the government agencies. In other words, it provides public institutions with the necessary support to establish active private-public partnership, which ultimately contributes to improving the quality of work and beneficiaries’ convenience. He further added that NBC is keen on enabling the public and charitable medical institutions by donating supplies and required items, providing new medical devices and equipping kids’ libraries in the public hospitals. 
Colonel Dr. Montaser Sawali, expressed his greatest thanks and gratitude to NBC for its constant support to the Directorate. He added “I’d like to thank, on behalf of Major General Dr. Khalil, Director General of the Medical Services Directorate, and appreciate such kind contribution from NBC management, which is always present and willing to support our institution; and we are looking forward to more cooperation and partnership with NBC.” 
Mr. Sawali stressed the importance of replacing the old furniture and required supplies in the Directorate clinics with new and more comfortable furniture for the convenience of patients and their companions. He invited the private sector institutions to follow the example of NBC and to contribute to the provision of the national medical institutions, which serve the nation. He emphasized that the medical services provided by the Directorate, include free treatment, different examinations and medicines. It also provides the ambulance and emergency services for citizens in all villages and towns, and organizes educational talks and free examinations for school students.