Central Regional Hospital, Cape Coast

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Central Regional Hospital, Cape Coast is a healthcare facility located in Cape Coast, the capital city of the Central Region of Ghana. The hospital is one of the leading healthcare providers in the region, offering a wide range of medical services to the local population and beyond.

History[edit | edit source]

The Central Regional Hospital was established in the early 20th century, during the British colonial rule. It was initially a small health clinic, but over the years, it has grown into a large hospital with several departments and specialties.

Departments and Services[edit | edit source]

The hospital has several departments, including Internal Medicine, Surgery, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Pediatrics, and Radiology. Each department is staffed by a team of dedicated healthcare professionals, including doctors, nurses, and medical technicians.

The hospital also offers a range of services, such as emergency care, outpatient services, inpatient services, and diagnostic services. It is equipped with modern medical equipment, which enables it to provide high-quality healthcare services to its patients.

Location and Accessibility[edit | edit source]

The Central Regional Hospital is located in the heart of Cape Coast, making it easily accessible to the local population. It is also well-connected by road, which makes it easy for patients from other parts of the region to reach the hospital.

Future Plans[edit | edit source]

The hospital has plans to expand its services and infrastructure in the future. This includes the construction of a new hospital building, the addition of more medical departments, and the upgrading of its medical equipment.

See Also[edit | edit source]

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