National Medical Equipment Replacement Project - Ghana

Under Development
2013
Ghana
Rehabilitation and construction works, equipment replacement, maintenance and training for end users for more than 150 hospitals of the National Health Network, among them 2 Teaching Hospitals, 7 Regional Hospitals, more than 125 District Hospitals, 14 Health Centers and 8 Mobile Clinics. Project financed by Deutsche Bank and supported by OPIC (Overseas Private Investment Corp),which is the U.S. Government¹s development finance institution.
Radiology, MRI equipment, computerized tomography, digital mammography equipment , equipment for surgical services, emergency, intensive care, dentistry, ophthalmology, mobile clinics, ambulances, and 4x4 vehicles.
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