More than 4,000 school children petition government to prioritise oral health

Over 4,000 Ghanaian school children who were present at this year’s World Oral Health Day grand durbar submitted a petition to the government of

We followed due process in awarding GHC3m condom contract – Health Ministry

The Ministry of Health says it did not breach procurement processes in awarding the over GHC3 million condom contract to Pharmaceutical Company, Pharmanova. The

Ghana secures 5-year deal to use Novartis’ drug for sickle cell treatment

Ghana will use hydroxyurea, a generic drug developed by Novartis, for the treatment of Sickle Cell Disease (SCD) following a five-year agreement signed in

Ghana needs to implement healthcare policies effectively – Prof Akosa

Professor Agyeman Badu Akosa, a former Director-General of the Ghana Health Service (GHS), has said Ghana needs to implement healthcare policies effectively to improve

Nana Addo didn’t lie, nurses granted financial clearance – Health Ministry

The Ministry of Health has refuted claims by some unemployed nurses that President Akufo-Addo lied when he said the government had granted financial clearance

Gov’t misses deadlines for completion of abandoned hospitals

The government has missed the deadlines for the completion of four (4) key hospitals listed inthe Citi FM/Occupy Ghana petition on Ghana’s healthcare infrastructure and emergency

Govt procures 275 ambulances

Two hundred and seventy-five ambulances procured by the government are set to arrive in the country by the end of April this year. The

Gabby Otchere Darko, McDan CEO pay for sick boy’s surgery

Founder of Danquah Institute and Chief Exceutive Officer of McDan Shipping have paid for the surgical process of a young boy who had a closed

We can’t stop Obengfo from operating illegally – Medical & Dental Council

The Medical and Dental Council appears helpless in its efforts to close down the Obengfo Hospital and stop its owner, Dr. Dominic Obengfo Andoh

Swollen legs are no sign of twins

Madam Mavis Amedzorku, a midwife in charge of the Adaklu-Kodzobi Community-based Health Planning and Services (CHPS) Compound, has described as hollow the belief that