Anas weeps over health crisis at Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital

Anas weeps over health crisis at Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital

- Anas Aremeyaw Anas has bemoaned the manner in which patients are being treated at Korle-Bu

- The hospital is currently overwhelmed with emergency cases as patients get treated on beds

- Anas has hinted of investigating this development

Investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas, has dropped a hint of investigating developments happening at the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital.

The entire country is in a state of uproar following revealing stories on how the hospital has been overstretched beyond its capacity. had earlier reported on how patients at the emergency block of the hospital are being attended to in plastic chairs and cold bare floors.

As it stands now, a Ghanaian shares an ambulance with over 50,000 others as 80 percent of the country's ambulance are faulty and left to rot.

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Taking to Twitter to vent his concern over the matter, Anas expressed how much of pain he is suffering getting to witnesses how patients at Korle-Bu are treated.

"Treatment is given to some patients at Korle Bu still leaves me in great pain. Our leaders aren't deaf to hear the people cry but will soon see what we cry for," Anas stated.

Beyond the face-value of this message, one could deduce that Anas Aremeyaw Anas may soon be investigative the state of the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital.

The concerns by Anas Aremeyaw Anas follow an earlier post by a troubled certified nurse over developments at Korle-Bu.

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As it stands now, Ghana's health system is in a state of crisis as the patient to doctor ratio which stands at 8000 Ghanaians to one medical doctor.

Public health institutions as the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital, 37 Military Hospital, and Ridge Hospitals continue to be overwhelmed by the increased number of patients admitted especially to the emergency wards on a daily basis.

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