The Reconstructive Plastic Surgery and Burns Centre(RPSBC), of the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital (KBTH) has appealed to corporate entities and philanthropists for support to rehabilitate the three-storey intensive care unit building, and also help it retool the centre to...
The Volta Regional Hospital is now equipped to attend to all kinds of kidney related ailments. This comes after a dialysis machine with a water treatment plant for the removal of excess water and waste products from damaged or dysfunctional...
The world's first malaria vaccine immunisation campaign is to commence in 2018 and funds for the phase one of the pilot deployment of the vaccine in Sub-Saharan Africa had been secured. A release by the World Health Organisation (WHO) to...
The Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC) on Thursday presented the Burns Centre of the Korle-Bu Teaching with $1 million (GHS3.8 million) to facilitate the development of the Centre’s Intensive Care Unit (ICU). The ICU, when completed, will be the first...
President of Breast Care International, Dr. Beatrice Wiafe Addai is urging the entire nation to join hands in the fight against breast cancer, one of the most killer diseases among women in the world. “The way the disease is fast...
Registered nurses across the country have withdrawn their services from the Out Patient Departments (OPD) of the various public hospitals.The nurses are protesting delays in the payment of their salary arrears by the government.The development comes on the back...
Volta Regional Hospital is unable to provide GHC 28,000.00 to get a dialysis machine donated to the hospital to become operational. The amount was needed for a water treatment plant required to get the machines functioning, Mama Attratoh Co-ordinator of...
The Medical Director at the Brong Ahafo Region Hospital, Dr. Jacob K. Abrebrese, has described oral sex as indecent, uncivilized and an undisciplined act. Speaking in an interview with Rainbow Radio 87.5Fm, he said, oral sex is an unhealthy practice...
A slow international response and a failure of leadership were to blame for the "needless suffering and death" caused by the recent Ebola epidemic, a panel of experts has concluded. Led by the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine,...
When young patient, Caleb Giftan, insisted on taking his books to the hospital ward, little did he know that he will get a qualified medical doctor to teach him science. Caleb's family had become worried after he started complaining of...

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