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Pfizer donates Bht 8.8 million for MOPH to help flood-hit hospitals

Pfizer

donates Bht 8.8 million for MOPH to help flood-hit hospitals

Pfizer (Thailand) Limited, Thailand’s largest research-based biopharmaceutical company, recently donated Bht 8.8 million (US$300,000) to the Ministry of Public Health to help hospitals hard hit by floods. The financial aid will be allocated to state-run hospitals or public health service units, damaged by last year’s floods, to repair medical equipment or infrastructures needed for efficient health care services.

The donation was arranged with the partnership of Pfizer (Thailand) Ltd and Pfizer Inc. of the USA to enable flood-hit health care agencies in the public sector to resume optimal service for the benefits of the Thai patients.

 

(from left) Dr. Sakonthon Sivaroroskul, Business Operations Director, Mr. Manu Sawang-Jaeng, Country Manager for Pfizer Thailand and Indochina, Mr. Wittaya Buranasiri, Minister of Public Health and Dr. Paichit Warachit, Permanent Secretary, participating at the ceremony held at ministry of Public Health to donate Bht 8.8 million (US$300,000) to help flood-hit hospitals.