Prime Minister Sitiveni Rabuka visited the Aspen Medical-managed Lautoka Hospital today, a flagship project in the Western Division that has been instrumental in providing healthcare services in the region.
Aspen Medical Lautoka Hospital, showcases the synergy between the public and private sectors in delivering accessible and high-quality healthcare services to the combining expertise, resources, and technology to cater to the growing healthcare needs of the community.
During the visit, Prime Minister Rabuka had the opportunity to witness firsthand the state-of-the-art facilities and services offered by the Lautoka Hospital.
He toured various departments, interacted with hospital staff, and engaged in discussions with key stakeholders about the impact of this collaboration on improving healthcare outcomes in the region.
In his address to the hospital staff and stakeholders, Prime Minister Rabuka expressed his appreciation for the commitment and hard work demonstrated by the healthcare professionals at Aspen Medical Lautoka Hospital.
The Prime Minister’s visit to the Lautoka Hospital underscores the People Coalition Government’s commitment to prioritising the well-being of all Fiji citizens and improving healthcare services nationwide.
It also highlights the coalition government’s dedication to fostering a collaborative approach between policymakers and healthcare professionals to achieve the common goal of a healthier and prosperous Fiji.