A police delegation led by the Inspector General of Police (IGP), Martin Okoth Ochola, will be travelling to Kochi, India to finalise the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding between the Uganda Police Force and Rajagiri Hospital for the provision of specialised medical services to the personnel of the UPF.
This is a significant welfare step where Rajagiri Hospital in fostering partnerships and cooperation with the UPF will offer medical services at very friendly rates.
“It is our vision that every police officer, deserves the right to compassion, dignity, respect and comfort as they work,” said SCP Enanga Fred, Police Spokesperson.
He went on: “We are proud of this valuable partnership as it will add to our significant contributions to the UPF’s health services.”
The agreement, according to Enanga, will guarantee the delivery of the highest levels of advanced healthcare to the beneficiaries at Rajagiri Hospitals.
“As the UPF, we are happy to fulfil our social responsibility obligations by providing and attending to the needs of our police staff. Arrangements will be made for the police officers requiring medical assistance and treatment to attain it at Rajagiri.”
He added: “The full details of the strategic partnership and framework for cooperation, between the UPF and Rajagiri Hospital, India, will be shared, after the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding.”