Ministry of Health
Health minister Kwaku Agyeman Manu promised Parliament on Tuesday, March 7 that the severe nationwide shortage of vaccines to immunise babies is being tackled.
Nurses have advised mothers to take extra care of their babies as the country faces a dangerous case of shortage of essential vaccines used to immunise babies.
A shortage of some common but critical vaccines used for routine immunisation of babies from birth to about 18 months has hit health facilities across Ghana.
Public health experts have predicted a rise in new Covid-19 infections around the world because of ‘Kraken’, the name of a new variant of the Covid-19 virus.
Ghana's minister for health Kweku Agyeman-Manu has announced Ghana stands to make £1,000 on each nurse sent to the UK under a possible nurse-for-cash agreement.
The Junior Doctors’ Association has released a statement denying reports that a doctor at the Manhyia District Hospital gave a wrong prescription to a child.
The entire recording of the exchanges between the Ashanti Region director of the National Service Scheme and a nurse at the Manhyia Hospital has emerged online.
The Presbyterian Church of Ghana has unveiled the first psychiatric hospital in Bolgatanga in the Upper East Region. It was unveiled on World Mental Health Day.
Emerging reports being monitored by YEN.com.gh indicate that 55 people have been infected by the monkeypox disease in Greater Accra metropolis with one death.