Kennedy Agyapong gives Ghana Armed Forces (GAF) $100,000 to help train doctors for the 37 military hospitals.
Kennedy Agyapong, presidential aspirant and member of parliament for Assin Central, has given the Ghana Armed Forces (GAF) $100,000 to help train doctors for the 37 military hospitals.
He is also building the cardiothoracic department of the hospital, and the doctors and other medical staff will be trained there.
The MP launched an 80-bed project last year that would house Accra’s 37 Military Hospital Cardiothoracic Center. The cutting-edge medical facility will have a conference room and a cardiothoracic training center. A VVIP clinic with three surgery rooms will also be present. Aside from other cutting-edge amenities, the ambitious project will be finished with an ICU, a Robotic Unit, and an Executive Clinic.