Description

Country: 
Ghana
Institution Description: 

The clinic was established in 1987 at the initiative of the late Opanin. Konkoma Community decided to build a community centre for recreational purposes. But on completion, Opanin Kwabena Sarfo convinced the chief and people of Konkoma to turn the community centre into clinic since the nearest Health facility at Amakom was about 4.83km. For effective and efficiently management, the community handed over the clinic to the SDA church in 1987, which has managed the clinic up to date. It is a farming community within the mountainous enclave of Lake Bosomtwe, a tourist center in Bosomtwe District of Ashanti Region.  We serve a sub-district catchment population of 18558 with an average attendance of 12 patients a day. 

Mission: To use Christian principles and government policies in providing holistic health services with dedicated staff to ensure efficiency, effectiveness and client satisfaction.

Values: Christ centeredness, Compassion, Humility, Integrity, Customer care, Commitment. 

Setting: 
Rural
Number of Patient Beds: 
15
Departments/Specialties: 
Clinical Laboratory
Labor/Delivery
Outpatient/Inpatient
Languages Spoken: 
Asante
English
Twi
Last Updated: 
August 14, 2019