- Korle bu is set to reopen the three surgical clinics that was closed down for rehabilitation works.
- The three clinics will be opened on 21st March, 2016.
The nation’s premiere hospital, the Korle Bu teaching hospital is set to re-open the three surgical clinics which were shut down in February on Monday, March 21, 2016.
The rehabilitated clinics under the Department of Surgery are Urology Clinic, General Surgery Clinic and Neurosurgery Clinic.
These three surgical clinics were closed down to allow work to be completed in some of the theatres and recovery wards at the Department of Surgery that has been re-equipped to improve the quality of care.
In a statement signed by the spokesperson of the premier hospital, Mustapha Salifu, it added that the hospital acknowledges the cooperation and support of its patients, the general public, the Ministry of Heath, sister hospitals in the metropolis and staff of the hospital.
The Korle-Bu Teaching hospital is the premier health care facility in Ghana. It is the only tertiary hospital in the southern part of Ghana which is affiliated to the medical school of the University of Ghana. Three centres of excellence, the National Cardiothoracic Centre, the National Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and the Radiotherapy Centres are all part of it.