[mks_toggle title=”Allied Health Professions Council” state=”close “]The Allied Health Professions Council is the body established by an Act of Parliament (Act 857, 2013) to regulate the training and practice of Allied Health Professions in Ghana. As part of its mandate, the Council is responsible for granting Professional Accreditation for all Allied Health Programmes. More [/mks_toggle]

[mks_toggle title=”National Ambulance Service” state=”close “]Ghana National Ambulance Services is located in Accra, Ghana. Company is working in Doctors and Clinics, Ambulance services business activities.[/mks_toggle]

[mks_toggle title=”National Blood Service” state=”close “]The mandate of the National Blood Service, Ghana is to ensure an effective and coordinated national approach to the provision of safe, adequate and efficacious, blood and blood products, making it timely, accessible and affordable to all patients requiring blood transfusion therapy in both public and private health care institutions in the country. More[/mks_toggle]

[mks_toggle title=”Christian Health Association of Ghana” state=”close “]CHAG is a Network organisation of 183 health facilities and health training institutions owned by 21 different Christian Church Denominations. CHAG provides health care to the most vulnerable and underprivileged population groups in all 10 Regions of Ghana, particularly in the most remote areas. More[/mks_toggle]

[mks_toggle title=”Centre for Scientific Research into Plant Medicine” state=”close “]The Centre for Scientific Research into Plant Medicine is an institution for research into herbal medicine in Mampong Akuapem, in the Eastern Region of southern Ghana. It was set up by the government of Ghana in 1976.[1]:84 It produces its own herbal medicines and runs an out-patient clinic which treats more than 16,000 patients a month.[/mks_toggle]

[mks_toggle title=”Tamale Teaching Hospital” state=”close “]The Tamale Teaching Hospital is a regional hospital in Tamale in the Northern region of Ghana. It serves as a referral hospital for the three northern regions of Ghana[2] It cooperates with the University for Development Studies in Northern Ghana to offer undergraduate and graduate programs in medicine, nursing and nutrition. More[/mks_toggle]

[mks_toggle title=”Ghana College of Physicians and Surgeons ” state=”close “]The Ghana College of Physicians and Surgeons was established as a National Postgraduate Medical College for training specialist in medicine, surgery and related disciplines and to provide for related matters by an Act of parliament on the 28th January 2003.
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[mks_toggle title=”Mental Health Authority” state=”close “]On the 19th of November, 2013, the Mental Health Authority Board was inaugurated. This was very welcome news since it was long overdue as per the stipulations in the Mental Health Law, Act 846. As such, we are proud to bring to you short profiles of those who make up the Board.[/mks_toggle]

[mks_toggle title=” Ghana Medical and Dental Council” state=”close “]The Ghana Medical and Dental Council is an agency of the Ghana government responsible for regulating the standards of training and practice of medicine and dentistry in Ghana. It is located in Accra the capital city of Ghana. More[/mks_toggle]

[mks_toggle title=”Ghana Pharmacy Council” state=”close “]The Ghana Pharmacy Council is a statutory regulatory body established by an Act of Parliament, The Pharmacy Act, 1994 (Act 489).
The major function of the Council is to secure in the Public interest the highest standards in the practice of Pharmacy. More[/mks_toggle]

[mks_toggle title=”Ghana Registered Nurses’ and Midwives’ Association” state=”close “]The Ghana Registered Nurses’ and Midwives’ Association (GRNMA), formerly Ghana Registered Nurses’ Association (GRNA) is a Professional Association for all categories of Nurses in Ghana. More[/mks_toggle]

[mks_toggle title=”Alternative Medicine Council” state=”close “]In the early 1970s it was observed worldwide that despite huge investments in new and improved allopathic or other health facilities , the health status of the general population being catered for had not improved to acceptable levels. More[/mks_toggle]

[mks_toggle title=”Foods and Drug Authority” state=”close “]The Food and Drugs Authority (FDA) formerly the Food and Drugs Board (FDB) was established in August 1997 under the Food and Drugs Law, 1992 (PNDCL 305B). It is the National Regulatory Authority mandated by the public Health Act, 2012 (Act 851) to regulate food, drugs, food supplements…More[/mks_toggle]

[mks_toggle title=”National Health Insurance Authority” state=”close “]The National Health Insurance Authority (NHIA) was established under the National Health Insurance Act 2003, Act 650, as a body corporate, with perpetual succession, an Official Seal, that may sue and be sued in its own name. More[/mks_toggle]

[mks_toggle title=” Ghana Health Service” state=”close “]The Ghana Health Service (GHS) is a Ghanaian government body established in 1996 as part of the Health Sector Reform of Ghana. The Health Service is under the Ministry of Health. The Health service primarily administrates the health services provided by the government and in implementing government policies on healthcare. More[/mks_toggle]

[mks_toggle title=”Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital” state=”close “]Established on October 9, 1923, the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital has grown from an initial 200 bed capacity to 2,000. It is currently the third largest hospital in Africa and the leading national referral centre in Ghana. More[/mks_toggle]

[mks_toggle title=”Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital” state=”close “]Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH) is located in Kumasi, the Regional Capital of Ashanti Region with a total projected population of 4,780,380 (2000).
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