The Ghana Health Service Council has toured the Greater Accra Regional Hospital (GARH).
The tour served as an opportunity to meet, interact and familiarize with health managers, staff and other key stakeholders of the hospital as well as to ascertain the working conditions and challenges faced by staff to inform decision at the council level.
Council members were briefed on the major achievements of the Greater Accra Regional Hospital such as the establishment of a Family Medicine, Wellness and Adolescent Department, a Corporate Fast Tract Services Unit, and the Implementation of an effective Functional and Central Emergency System, making GARH a preferred destination for emergency referrals in the capital, Accra.
The Medical Director of GARH, Dr Emmanuel Srofenyoh stressed on some challenges facing the facility and thanked the Director General of the Ghana Health Service, Dr Patrick Kuma-Aboagye and the Greater Accra Regional Director of Health Services, Dr Mrs. Charity Sarpong for their effective leadership, support and advice towards the progress of the Hospital.
The council chair, Dr Sefa Bediako commended the staff and management of the GARH for their hard work. He added that the council will do its best to support management to improve the working conditions of staff.