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TETTEH QUARSHIE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, GHANA

Akuapem, akuapem-mampong
Unnamed Road Mampong Ashanti NN6 7GY GH
Hospital type

Government run district (secondary) and academic hospital located in the Akuapim North District of the Eastern Region of Ghana.

Number of Beds
129
Hospital Facilities

A 129 bed capacity hospital providing both general and specialist outpatient and inpatient care, and also serving as training facility for various categories of health worker.

Additional Comments

5 doctors work at the hospital. The hospital attends to a total of about 76800 out-patients and 6800 in-patients annually.

Specialties required

Medical Students, Nursing students, Dentistry Students, Laboratory technology students and volunteers interested in health care volunteering and support works are all welcome. All specialties of medical professional welcomed.

Transportation

The hospital is within 20 minutes walking distance to a bus terminal that links Mampong to Accra the capital of Ghana. Accra is about an hour drive from Mampong. Fly into Accra and join a bus to Mampong from Accra.

Accommodation

Hostels available within the facility.

Length of stay

Up to 10 weeks. A minimum of four weeks offer you the opportunity to get the best out of your elective or healthcare volunteering. Please note that longer duration can also be arranged.

Visa Requirements

You will need a visa to enter Ghana. Please Visithttp://www.ghanahighcommissionuk.com/Passports/VisaApplication.aspx for visa information.

Name of contact
Dr. J.K.L Opare, Wilfred Labi Addo, Dr. S. Kwame Buabeng-Frimpong and Dr. Michael Togobo
Tetteh Quarshie Memorial Hospital 1.JPG 2 years ago
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