A Public Hospital Struggles to Lead Ghana Healthcare

  What does it take to become an effective healthcare facility in Africa, where much of the continent is marked by extraordinary needs and limited resources? In a series of profiles, GHCi’s Alex Freedman looks at operations and management strategies at three standout Africa hospitals, in Kenya, Nigeria and Ghana. This profile is the third in the series.   In February 2015, a fire broke out in the central pharmacy department of Korle Bu Teaching Hospital, in Accra, Ghana. “That was a very bad day for us, with everything upside...

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