Proof’Ghana would by early 2024 produce its first batch of COVID-19 vaccines in the country, the Director of Allied Health, Minister of Health (MoH), Dr Ignatius Awinibuno, has disclosed. The 10 years roadmap signed project supported by GIZ and the European Union was estimated at 2.84 million Euros. …Read More »
The new Ashanti Regional Hospital at Sewua in Pictures
This is the Ashanti Regional Hospital, located at Sewua in the Bosomtwe District. Physical works on the 250-bed capacity hospital have been completed awaiting provision of power supply and improved access road network to the facility. The new Ashanti Regional Hospital has e 43 buildings with entire project covering …Read More »
Quack Doctors and Superstitions causing harm in Hepatitis B awareness creation – Dr. Kubire
The Medical Doctor at Somacas Medical Centre, Dr. Asomma Kubire says quack doctors, pastors and superstition is affecting the campaign against hepatitis B vaccinations in Ghana most especially in the Nkwanta North District of the Oti Region. Dr Asomma Kubire was speaking at a screening exercise organized by Somacas …Read More »
Oti Region: Dozens Benefited from Somacas Medical Centre Hepatitis B Screening.
Somacas Medical Centre, a private hospital in Nkwanta North of the Oti Region has expressed worry over the mother-to-child transmission of Hepatitis B which is on the ascendency in Kpasa The hospital says the initial research it conducted indicated that majority of persons contracted Hepatitis B per samples …Read More »
Stop twerking on social media- Nurses and midwives advised
The Chief Nursing and Midwifery Officer for Bono Region, Mad. Emily Ama Oduro, has advised nurses and midwives to avoid abusing social media by twerking and advertising themselves for husbands on such platforms. She implored them to take advantage of the positive aspects of social media to educate …Read More »
Horrifying details of why midwives refused to cut umbilical cord for lady who delivered at home
Imagine delivering a premature baby at home during the Covid-19 lockdown and walking to the nearest polyclinic with the baby’s umbilical cord uncut and being refused healthcare. It would be awful and stressful to have such an experience, which may be due to non-availability of a vehicle to …Read More »
WN/R: environmental officer appeals to residents to keep their dwelling place clean.
Food hygiene and food safety must be a priority in everyday activities as home chores are solely involved. Many people suffer and fight disease from the poor food hygiene in the system which leads to many Ghanaians and the people of Sefwi Asawinso spending huge resources on health which should …Read More »
Woman, 37, Delivered a set of 5 Babies (Quintuplets) at Agormanya [watch videos]
A 37-year-old woman, Hellen Tetteh has delivered a set of five (5) babies (quintuplets) at the St Martin’s de Porres hospital at Agormanya in the Eastern region. She was delivered through Caesarian section Wednesday morning July 13, 2022. The babies delivered during early third trimester are however in stable …Read More »
Health workers to strike 22 July if 20% COLA is not paid
The Ghana Medical Association (GMA), Ghana Registered Nurses and Midwives Association (GRNMA), Health Services Workers’ Union (HSWU) has served notice to strike by 22 July 2022 if their interest for 20% Cost of Living Allowance isn’t conceded. The wellbeing laborers said like coordinated work, they need the 20% COLA …Read More »
O/R: CHPS Compound commissioned to serve 12 communities.
The District Chief Executive (DCE) for Nkwanta North, Hon Kidignang Nawungma William has reiterated government’s commitment to improve equity to access basic healthcare needs of Ghanaians in the Nkwanta North District. The DCE said the government identified healthcare as paramount to the development and well-being of every District. …Read More »