Ghanaians directed to health facilities with working doctors

Friday, 14 August 2015 17:32

Government has advised Ghanaians to avoid self-medication in the face of the strike action by members of the Ghana Medical Association (GMA) but to seek medical care from facilities whose officers are working.

A statement issued on Thursday, August 13 by the Ministry of Health said those health facilities are working in full capacity.

The facilities are:

– University of Ghana Hospital, Legon

-Atomic Energy Commission Clinic-Kwabenya,

– Airport Clinic-Airport

– 37 Military Hospital-37

– Police Hospital -Cantonment

– VRA Hospitals – Osu Akosombo and Aboadzie

– Bank of Ghana Clinic -Ridge

– GBC Clinic -Kanda

– SIC Clinics-Tudu

– Ghana Post Clinic-James Town

– Cocoa Clinics – Kaneshie, Kumasi, Debiso

– Ghana Commercial Bank Clinic-Kantamanto

– Graphic Clinic-Adabraka

University of Ghana Medical School Clinic -Korle Bu

– Kwame Nkrumah University Hospital – Kumasi

– Cape Coast Hospital-Cape Coast

University of Development Studies Clinic -Tamale

University of Development Studies Clinic -Wa 

– Anglogold Ashanti Hospital -Obuasi

– Ghana Port and Harbour Authority Hospital/Clinic -Tema, Takoradi

– Valco Hospital -Tema

– Ghana Bauxite Hospital -Awaso

– Bui Dam Clinic – Brong Ahafo

– Ghana Consolidated Diamond Clinic-Akwatia 

– SSNIT Hospitals- Osu, Adenta, Madina, Tema, Dansoman

“The Ministry is mindful of its mandate of creating quality and accessible healthcare for the people of this country, for this reason, the public is advised to desist from adopting self-medication.”

Members of the GMA have withdrawn their services after complaining for years, they say, over non-existing conditions of service.

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