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WELCOME TO THE GREATER ACCRA REGIONAL HOSPITAL

The Greater Accra Regional Hospital’s (GARH) core mandate is the delivery of curative, health promotion and preventive services in the region and sub region. Its services range in complexity from secondary to tertiary level care. The GARH also serves as a practical attachment site for numerous schools including the Accra College of Medicine. It is thus committed to creating an enabling environment in which education and research in the health science and allied areas thrive.

In the discharge of its mandate, the hospital aspires to meet the highest possible standards and levels of efficiency, effectiveness and quality in all its endeavours. It is also driven by excellence, continuous improvement and innovation. Its services are made available equitably on the basis of need. Finally, the hospital is fully accountable to patients and other stakeholders with respect to performance over the entire range of its mandate.

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Our Doctors provide world class medical services for Ghana and beyond.

24 Hours Emergency & In Patient Services

We make access to health care convenient and affordable. Our services are available any time and every day.
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Common cold and flu are both respiratory diseases. However, common cold is a milder problem than the flu. It is easy to treat cough, sneeze and nasal congestion but if you are suffering from flu symptoms then you can feel ill for a few days to months. It can also cause serious health problems like pneumonia.
Lifestyle changes to treat high blood pressure: No matter what medications your doctor prescribes to treat your high blood pressure, you’ll need to make lifestyle changes to lower your blood pressure.
  • Eating a healthier diet with less salt. Fruits and vegetables are rich in certain antioxidants that prevent narrowing of blood vessels.
  • Exercising regularly at least 40 minute.
  • Quitting smoking
  • Limiting the amount of alcohol you drink
  • Maintaining a healthy weight or losing weight if you’re overweight or obese
  • Stress management: Continuous stress may lead to the activation of sympathetic nervous system and causes hypertension
A healthy body has a healthy mind. Not only does a good diet keeps you rejuvenated throughout but also helps in maintaining your body weight. Few simple steps of working towards weight loss can be:
  • Eat 5 – 6 Small frequent meals
  • Snack Smart (Handful nuts, fruits, soups, boiled egg, Fruit smoothies)
  • Daily intake 5 fruits and vegetables
  • Pack homemade food, avoid junk.
  • Use toned or double toned milk and its products
  • Never skip meals specially Breakfast and eat early dinner by 8:00 – 8:30pm/li>
  • Eat the same number of calories as you would burn to maintain a healthy diet
  • Controlling salt consumption and ensuring that you use iodized salt.
  • Drink enough water
Many people go through a time of grief and sadness when they first learn that they have cancer. They grieve the loss of health and certainty in their lives. This sadness may seem like depression, but it’s not the same. Grieving – feeling sadness, fear, anger, or going through crying spells – is a common reaction to learning you have cancer. It usually doesn’t last a long time, and is normal.

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