Monday, August 3, 2020

Two Nyankumasi Ahenkro SHS students die of Meningitis

Two students of Nyankumasi Ahenkro Senior High School (SHS) have died from Meningitis out of seven reported cases in the Assin South District of the Central Region. Health authorities disclosed that cases of Meningitis were...

GNPC Foundation donates hospital equipment to Nana Hima Dekyi Hospital

The Nana Hima Dekyi Hospital in Dixcove in the Ahanta West District of the Western Region took receipt of 2 new equipment – a clinical Chemical Analyzer and a Haematology Analyzer – donated by...

GHS to vaccinate over 2000 kids against Polio under IPV campaign

The Ghana Health Service will from the 19th to the 15th of February undertake a critical nationwide Polio Vaccination exercise for all children aged 1 year 9 months to under 4 years, thus 21...

HIV vaccine hopes dashed by trial results

Hopes have been dashed an experimental vaccine could protect people against HIV, the virus that causes Aids. The National Institutes of Health has stopped its HVTN 702 trial, of more than 5,000 people in South...

Zoomlion fetes children at Xmas party

Waste management expert, Zoomlion Ghana Limited, on Thursday organized their annual get-together that is meant to fete children of employees of the Jospong Group of Companies in Accra.   The over 300 elated children on the...

Come to our aid; a genset could save a mother – Aplaku Clinic...

The Aplaku Family Fitness Clinic, Weija is in dire need of a generator and two delivery beds to augment the running of the facility as well as ensure adequate maternal care. Administrators have lamented over...

Relief For Sickle Cell Patients As Ghana Adopts Novartis hydroxyurea

Wednesday, November 6, 2019, marked the historic launch of the first biggest ever Public Private Partnership (PPP) initiative between the Government of Ghana and Global Pharmaceutical Giant, Novartis for the treatment of sickle cell...

Amen Scientific screens Dome Market women to mark World Stroke Day:

Amen Scientific Herbal Hospital has sensitized Dome market women on the practices that will prevent them from getting stroke. The event was held to mark the United Nations World Stroke Day. A free medical screening exercise...

Rotational nurses accuse gov’t of reducing their stipend

Rotational nurses doing their national service around the country are protesting the government's delay in paying them their monthly allowances adding that the government is making a move to reduce their due stipends. The members...
Former president John Mahama

NHIS needs new funding sources – Mahama

Former President John Mahama says the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIA) needs new sources of funding. “We are also proposing sources of funding for the  Health Insurance. The health insurance as it was designed was...

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