- The Medical and Dental Council of Ghana has advised the public not to seek medical services from Obengfo hospital
- According to the council, the hospital has not been in good standing since 2013
The Medical and Dental Council of Ghana (MDCG) has advised the public not to seek medical services from the Advanced Body Sculpt Centre, otherwise known as the Obengfo Hospital
According to the council, the owner, Dr Dominic Obeng-Andoh has not been in good standing with the MDCG to practice medicine since 2013.
A public notice issued by the Council, noted that Dr Obengfo’s facility located at Weija has been shut down on three separate occasions but he has illegally reopened it to members of the public.
The MDCG said the facility was operating unlawfully and on account of public health and safety concerns.
“It has again come to the attention of the council that Dr Dominic Obeng Andoh, without lawful authority, has reopened his facility to the members of the public.”
In January 2017, the Medical and Dental Council closed down Obengfo Hospital for operating illegally.
Yen.com.gh earlier reported Obengfo Hospital director arrested after deputy Chief Executive Officer for National Entrepreneurship Innovation Programme (NEIP), Stacy Offei Darko death at the facility.
According to reports, Stacy died at the Obengfo Hospital as a result of suspected medical negligence.
That was not the first time the Obengfo hospital and its director had been caught up in an alleged medical negligence controversy.
It could be recalled that the hospital facility faced similar issue in 2013, after a patient of the hospital accused Dr. Obeng-Andoh of conducting wrongful cosmetic surgery on her.
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