Korle Bu Teaching Hospital
Who built the first hospital in Ghana?
Sir Frederick Gordon GuggisbergA Brief History
Korle Bu Teaching Hospital, the premier tertiary healthcare facility in Ghana, was established on October 9, 1923.
The facility was built under the administration of Sir Frederick Gordon Guggisberg, then, the Governor of the Gold Coast, as a General Hospital to attend to the health needs of the people.
How many hospitals are there in Ghana?
There are around 1,800 public hospitals.
What is the oldest hospital in Ghana?
Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital Korle-Bu gained teaching hospital status in 1962 when the University of Ghana Medical School (UGMS) was established for the training of medical doctors.
What is the largest hospital in Ghana?
Korle-Bu Teaching HospitalKorle-Bu Teaching Hospital.
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 center in Ghana.
How many military hospitals do we have in Ghana?
37 Military Hospital
Who built the Kumasi hospital?
Kwame Nkrumah when was first completed and commissioned by Kwame Nkrumah in 1954, it was formally named the “Kumasi Central Hospital.”