I graduated from the University of Ghana Medical School in March 2006 (UGMS Class of 2005) and did my junior and senior housmanship at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital and Tema General Hospital respectively. I started my career as a medical officer with the Christain Health Association of Ghana (CHAG) in June 2008 at the then Comboni Polyclinic in Sogakope, South Tongu (later upgraded to Comboni Hospital, now called Richard Novati Catholic Hospital). I worked as the Medical Superintendent of the hospital from June 2008 to December 2016, and a member of the South Tongu District Health management Team, the Diocesan Health Council and Regional Health Management Team.
My areas of focus included capacity building in district practice (skills and diagnostics), clinical governance, community-based care systems (including empanelment), quality improvement, Infection-prevention and control, Parkinson’s disease, maternal and child health and peer review of health systems. I started my MPH in 2015 and completed it in 2017 at the Ensign College of Public Health. After completing my MPH, I acted as the Medical Director of the St. Anne’s Clinic (now a Polyclinic) in Tagadzi (North Tongu) From October 2017 to July 2019 before returning to the Richard Novati Catholic Hospital. I am currently a resident at the Faculty of Public Health of the Ghana College of Physicians.
I am also the Executive Director of Medlook Ghana Health Care, a not-for-profit public health organization which collaborates with Compassion International to screen and care for over 6000 children annually in the Volta, Greater Accra and Eastern regions of Ghana.
Interest areas: Health Policy & Leadership, Empanelment, Non-Communicable Disease Prevention and Control.
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