FACELIFT OF EMERGENCY AND OUTPATIENT DEPARTMENT AT BOLE HOSPITAL IN GHANA AND PURCHASE OF DIATHERMY MACHINE
Operation Hernia consistently goes to Bole area, Ghana to upskill, train and ensure quality hernia repairs not only as part of individual mission but beyond.
Bole Hospital is in the Savanna Region of Ghana. The Bole District covers an area of about 4800 km2 which is 6.8% of the total landmark of the northern region. It has a population of about 87,656 and a growth rate is about 3.1% per annum. The population is sparse with a density of about 14 per a km2, but have a challenge of a safe and hygienic place to deliver care.
SAVANNA REGION IN NORTHERN GHANA
Operation Hernia Missions to Bole Hospital
Since 2008, Operation Hernia has sent yearly missions to Bole Hospital to perform hernia surgery and to train local doctors. The prevalence of hernias in the Bole district is one the highest in Ghana.
Facelift Of Emergency and Outpatient Departments at Bole Hospital In Northern Ghana and purchase of Diathermy machine.
The outpatient department and the emergency departments are housed in one building. They are the gateway to the hospital. The building is in disrepair and will benefit from a facelift which involves the following:
Operation hernia we would like to restore the emergency and outpatient department of Bole hospital and complete the circle of care that is missing and provide a safe environment to the patient.
Operation Hernia and the people of Bole in Ghana are very grateful for your contribution.
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