A philanthropist Noeline Haylett has rescued a peasant farmer, Bessa Agborzor by offsetting medical bills after undergoing three major surgeries for some stomach complications at the Battor Catholic Hospital resulting into four months detention at the hospital due to his inability to pay.
The patient arrived the hospital unconscious with complications in the stomach that needed urgent surgeries and after much plea from the family of Bessah, the life saving surgery was performed with assurance of payment after the operation. However, the family couldn’t raise the 7200ghc total cost of the surgery leading to his detention from September till Noeline Haylet came to his rescue by paying off all the debt.
The sick looking Bessah couldn’t hide his joy after he was set free to go back home and heal completely.
A close source at the hospital indicated that there were over ten patients detained at the hospital but six absconded without paying their debts.
Wisdom an amputee with a swelling in the other leg reported to the hospital with a swell in the leg and has been treated and discharged for over four months now but couldn’t pay the bills hence his detention.
“I am pleading with all of you to have mercy on me and pay my bills so I can go back home, I am begging” he appealed.
Mr. Derick Botsyoe the partner of Noeline Haylet explained that the Philanthropist has been helping in Ghana over twenty years and paying off medical bills of the poor and vulnerable was one of the assistance many people have received from the kind-hearted woman.
“Noeline has been helping in various areas in the country supporting poor patients to get back to their family is something she did when she visited Ghana sometime ago,” he said
Bessah Agborzor was also supported with 1000ghc for food and medication as he starts a new chapter of his life.
Is that the soli envelope she is holding?