Hon. Lawyer Francis Xavier Sosu, member of parliament for the Madina constituency donated medical supplies to Madina polyclinic (Kekele) on 27th April 2021.Read More
The Akuse Government Hospital established in 1911 successfully carried out its first delivery of conjoined twins (Siamese twins).
Happy to report that mother and conjoined babies who are all my beloved constituents from Torgorme are well and doing great.
I celebrate the medical team led by Odade3 Dr. Tyrus Valmont for this remarkable feat.
H.E Gregory Andrews, the Australian High Commissioner to Ghana has on Wednesday, February 10 2020 took the streets of some communities in Accra to give away some face masks to help aid the COVID 19 protocols.Read More
Dr. Serebour, Vice President of the Ghana Medical Association (GMA) has disclosed that Some male victims after fully recovering from COVID-19 are struggling to have penis erection for sexual pleasure.Read More
The Ghana Registered Nurses and Midwives Association (GRNMA) has suspended its nationwide strike.
The GRNMA redrew their services in protest for improved service conditions.
Addressing the media, the President of the GRNMA, Mrs. Perpetual Ofori-Ampofo asked all nurses and midwives to return to work today Thursday 24th September 2020.
Ghana Registered Nurses and Midwives Association (GRNMA) together with its allied Associations across the country began a strike on Monday, September 21, 2020, over their service conditions. It comes after the failure of the government to agree with the health workers on their demand for improved conditions of service.Read More
Mr. Ben Dotsei Malor in a post commended Senyo Hosi, CEO of Ghana Chamber of Bulk Oil Distributors for leading Ghana to build an important 100-bed infectious disease centre which would be very useful even after this COVID 19 pandemic here in Ghana.Read More
Chief of Luom-Osudoku, Nene Tettey-Kwao 1, in collaboration with DUSAF NGO, appeals for a health facility
The United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 3 places emphasis on Ensuring healthy lives and promoting wellbeing at all ages. Again key among its targets is to reduce global maternal mortality ratio to less than 70% per 100, 000 live births.Read More
More than seven months after they were scheduled to arrive in Barbados, 95 Ghanaian nurses finally arrive at the Grantley Adams International Airport in Barbados. They arrived on Thursday evening via a chartered flight.Read More