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Operate with human face, GHS urges hospitals

Citi Dr Appiah DenkyirahHealth workers particularly, nurses have been charged to demonstrate friendly attitudes towards patients who visit the various health facilities in the country for treatment. The Director-General of the Ghana Health Service (GHS), Dr Ebenezer Appiah-Denkyira, said staff attitude in most cases serves as an affront to quality health care thus urged Health Workers to exhibit tolerance when dealing with patients. He indicated that healthcare should go beyond just treating ailments to offering a holistic approach towards healthcare by working in teams in an effort to nip the ailment in the bud. Dr Denkyira was speaking at the sidelines of an Annual General Meeting » Read More

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