Euroget hospitals; the story so far

Five done. Two more completed. The last two to go. This describes the delivery rate of Euroget De-Invest, the Egyptian investment company, on its nine hospital projects in Ghana.

From Wa in the Upper West Region to Tain in the Bono East Region, Tepa in the Ashanti Region, Twifo Praso in the Central Region and Kwabenya in the Greater Accra Region, Euroget’s iconic designs have become the new standard of modern hospital infrastructure in the country.

Together, these five facilities have added around 450 new beds to Ghana’s healthcare delivery system since 2019, while the completed but not yet commissioned hospitals in Sawua and Konongo, both in the Ashanti region, will strengthen again the system with 310 beds.

Then there is the 500-bed military hospital at Afari also in the Ashanti region and the 60-bed hospital at Salaga in the Northern region.

Although these infrastructures represent a marked improvement over existing healthcare institutions, their scope of competence and equipment, as well as their size, provide the necessary assurance as to their relevance to contemporary demands for healthcare delivery. health.

The strategic allocation of hospitals is intended to serve disadvantaged communities, and has become investments with greater responsibilities.

Euroget hospitals;  the story so far

Wa Regional Hospital

The 160-bed hospital represents a $61 million investment that includes 12 different clinics, an operating theater, laboratories, a physiotherapy unit equipped with electronic beds and nerve stimulators, 60-room staff housing, a kitchen for staff and patients, laundry service, morgue and other ancillary facilities.

A series of sophisticated installations – including an oxygen generation system which supplies the relevant sections of the installation; a centralized and computerized air conditioning system; and a multi-source water supply system make the hospital a rewarding investment.

Euroget hospitals;  the story so far

The edifice comprises a combination of single-storey and high-rise structures spread over a 133,000 m² plot and linked by a fine network of disability-friendly walkways, with beautiful green grass outside the walls between the drainage system.

It houses 12 different clinics – including pediatrics, maternal health, ear, nose and throat and dental clinics, with an accompanying pharmaceutical department that has storage space equipped with refrigeration equipment for storage of drugs.

It also has seven different operating theatres: four of them in the operating theatre, two in the obstetrics and gynecology department and one in the emergency and emergency department.

Euroget hospitals;  the story so far

There is an administrative block, emergency/ER unit, radiology unit, laboratory and blood bank, physiotherapy unit, burns unit, intensive care unit, hospitalization block of three floors, a mortuary facility, three structures of 20 staff accommodation and a 300-space car park.

Ga East Municipal Hospital, Kwabenya

The hospital’s main infrastructure extends over approximately 135,000 square meters of land including 1.5 kilometers of internal road network.

It also has parking for 148 cars on a tarmac surface.

It was intended to serve Kwabenya, Madina, Achimota, Dome, Adenta, Ashongman, Pantang, Abokobi and the northeastern parts of Accra to Aburi in the eastern region and its immediate surroundings. But when the COVID-19 crisis hit, the focus shifted, albeit for that purpose.

Aptly dubbed the National COVID-19 Treatment Center, the Kwabenya facility saw patients in isolation, intensive care and those in recovery when rising cases seemed to overwhelm the system.

Its current capacity covers the spectrum of specialist services in dental care, ophthalmology (eye care), gynecology, pediatric care, orthopedics and reproductive health care.

It is also equipped to provide X-ray, CT and other advanced diagnostic services that apply the most well-known modern digital systems.

It also has a kitchen, a morgue, a medical waste treatment system, a sewage treatment plant, a sewage treatment plant, a medical gas production system, a a sterilization area, a laundry room and a staff bungalow with 20 units on three floors.

The various buildings and clinics are connected by 900 meters of roof-protected walkways that separate the otherwise grassy landscaping.

Ahafo Ano North Municipal Hospital, Tepa

The 60-bed hospital comprises 28 medical and non-medical buildings, with four operating theaters covering different specialties.

It also has a radiology department equipped with ultrasound, echocardiography and X-ray equipment; a laboratory; a maintenance unit and a central storage area.

The hospital also has a water treatment system; sewage treatment system; medical waste treatment system; a morgue; a kitchen; physiotherapy unit; maternity and childcare unit; pharmacy; laundry room and a parking space for 120 cars.

It also has 10-unit staff accommodation.

Tain District Hospital, Nsawkaw

The 60-bed, $36.6 million facility is expected to serve up to 10,000 people in surrounding communities.

With four operating theaters covering different specialties, a radiology department equipped with ultrasound, echocardiography and radiography equipment and a laboratory, it also serves as a referral center for cases coming from unsophisticated health facilities in the region. .

The district hospital also has a dental clinic, as well as cardiology, ophthalmology, paediatrics, gynecology and orthopedics departments for outpatient departments and 15 staff quarters.

It has 1.2 kilometers of internal roads and 600 meters of covered passages.

Twifo-Atti-Morakwa District Hospital, Twifo Praso

It offers people a few ‘luxuries’ in a mini market, laundry services, cooking services, a dining hall and a block of accommodation for nursing mothers.

This is all part of the standard complementary facilities which include two high-tech power stations to ensure uninterrupted power supply, an ambulance station for emergency services, sewage and medical waste treatment plants and a treatment and water supply.

Ashanti Regional Hospital, Sawua

It has 43 medical and non-medical buildings, a well-developed internal road network, 10 operating theaters, specialized dental, orthopedic, urological and andrological clinics and a morgue with a capacity of 36 bodies.

It also has 20-unit staff accommodation, a 150-car park, an ambulance station and accommodation for nursing mothers, the infrastructure being located on an area of ​​12,500 square meters. .

Asante Akim Central Municipal Hospital, Konongo

Equipped with modern facilities and a wider range of medical capabilities, it is expected to serve as a referral center while absorbing some strain on the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital.

It will manage dental, cardiology, ophthalmology, paediatrics, gynecology and orthopedics clinics as well as four operating theaters and additional 10-unit staff accommodation.

It also has a mini market, a staff dining room, a kitchen, a pharmacy, a physiotherapy unit, accommodation for nursing mothers and a morgue. as foreseen in the standard Euroget project.

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