Accra, Nov. 23, GNA- Dr Afisah Zakariah, the Acting Chief Director of the Ministry of Health, has admitted that the burnt Central Medical Stores (CMS) located at Tema was not insured at the time.
Tamale, Nov 23, GNA - Eye care nurses, district and hospital information officers amongst other eye care service providers in the Northern Region have been trained on data management on patients for improved treatment.
Accra, Nov. 23, GNA- Stakeholders at a panel discussion have called for the strengthening of inter-sectoral collaboration and building strong partnerships, to address health holistically for national development.
Accra, Nov 6, GNA- Dr Owen Laws Kaluwa, Representative of the World Health Organisation (WHO) in Ghana, has stressed the need to strengthen collaboration among countries for proper management of public health events in Africa’s air transport sector.
Accra, Oct. 30, GNA - Professor Matilda Steiner-Asiedu, President of the Ghana Nutrition Association, has described undernutrition as a major challenge affecting children’s wellbeing and development in Ghana.
Kintampo (B/A), Oct. 17, GNA – The Kintampo College of Health and Well-Being (CoHK) is in dire need of physical infrastructure, especially students residential accommodation to create congenial atmosphere for effective teaching and learning.
Tamale, Oct. 17, GNA – Some health personnel especially doctors have allegedly turned the Tamale Teaching Hospital (TTH) into a money making centre to enrich themselves to the neglect of performing assigned duties to generate money for the facility.
Hohoe, Oct. 4, GNA-Two research teams have found that tinkering with mosquitoes’ resident microbes can help them spread resistance to the malaria parasite, according to a release to the Ghana News Agency.
Accra, Oct. 3, GNA - A post-Ebola workshop on improving disease monitoring capacities and early warning systems in West Africa has opened in Accra with a call on countries to strengthen systems of prevention and early detection of emerging public health threats.
Accra, Oct. 3, GNA - It has been estimated that approximately 1.7 per cent of Ghana’s population have severe visual impairment, a recent study by the Operation Eyesight Universal has revealed.
Accra, Sept. 11, GNA – The Health Services Workers Union (HSWU) has said Government’s decision to implement their Collective Agreement from January 2017 was against the principle of negotiation.
Hohoe (V/R), Sept 11, GNA-Vaccination initiatives in the world's poorest countries will have prevented 20 million deaths and saved around $350 billion in health-care costs by 2020, a new study has found.