Afam Cottage Hospital
Following the establishment of the power station, providing first aid was a basic need for the operations of the power station. That continued until after the civil war and it became necessary to provide basic health care for the workers of the power station and their families.
Thus, NEPA (Afam) staff clinic as was the name then, was established in the year 1971. This make-shifts operation sustained until 1980 when a structure (building) was erected in the present day camp B staff quarters as Afam clinic.
The clinic was then headed by a trained nurse with a few auxiliary nurses and attendants until 1983 when a doctor was employed to head the clinic. In 1990, the management upgraded the clinic to a cottage hospital after improving the equipments, and started the expansion of its building complex so as to manage other auxiliary facilities.
In 2013, the clinic was dedicated and now provides Surgery, Laboratory Checks, Immunization and Antenatal care, among other services.
Currently the hospital has a group of well-trained health care givers made up qualified medical doctors, midwives, nurses and other attendants.