Health Minister Kweku Agyemang Manu is stressed over the expanding weight being put on the nation’s first referral healing center.
He doesn’t comprehend why patients with minor afflictions, for example, stomach miracles and migraines will visit the Korle Bu Teaching healing center as their first port of call.
“Don’t simply get up and go to Korle Bu,” the priest told an area of the media in a meeting on Wednesday.
Satellite offices like the Mamobi Polyclinic, Adabraka Polyclinic, Kaneshie Polyclinic, 37 Military Hospital and so forth were set up to take up the weight from Korle-Bu, he stated, including, Korle-Bu should be for referral cases.
His remarks come when pictures are sprawling via web-based networking media about the clog at the Korle Bu Teaching healing center.
Patients have been caught getting treatment on the exposed floor, on plastic seats and seats at the Korle Bu Teaching clinic.
The uncovered floor treatment by the healing facility seems, by all accounts, to be a response to grievances by the overall population to the no-bed disorder that was said to be overflowing in a large number of the nation’s clinics.
Hardly any weeks prior a 71-year-old man kicked the bucket subsequent to being gotten some distance from around seven clinics over absence of beds.
There were numerous reports and grumblings from the overall population, some of whom gave individual declarations about how they were gotten some distance from doctor’s facilities in light of absence of beds.
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