- The Medical and Dental Council has cautioned the public against the patronage of the Obengfo medical facility
- The Council says the owner of the facility, Dr. Dominic Kwame Obeng-Andoh, is not licensed to practise
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The general public has been warned about the patronage of Obengfo Advance Body Sculpting Centre.
According to the Medical and Dental Council, any person who visits Dr. Dominic Kwame Obeng-Andoh’s medical facility does so at their own risk and disadvantage.
The Council, in a communique, has cautioned the public, saying the owner of the facility has not been licensed to practise as a body sculpting specialist.
“Dr. Obeng-Andoh registered as a general duty practitioner with his primary qualification. They have not registered any additional qualification with the Medical and Dental Council. So the Medical and Dental Council does not know Dr. Obeng-Andoh to be a specialist in plastic surgery,” Registrar of the Medical and Dental Council, Dr. Eli Atipkui, told Citi News in an interview.
He reiterated that the Medical and Dental Council does not acknowledge Dr. Dominic Kwame Obeng-Andoh as a specialist in plastic surgery and body sculpturing.
Dr. Obengfo, as he is popularly known, was freed by the court on the basis of insufficient evidence for practising medicine without licence and operating an unlicensed medical facility.
The court acquitted and discharged him on October 9, 2019.
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Meanwhile, Dr Obeng-Andoh is also before the Adjabeng District Court for the alleged murder of Ms Stacy Offei Darko, a Deputy Chief Executive Officer of the National Entrepreneurship Innovation Plan (NEIP).
Ms Darko died while on admission at the Obengfo Hospital on May 21, 2018, after undergoing surgery allegedly performed by Dr Obeng-Andoh.
That case is expected to be heard on October 30, 2019.
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