Group Executive Chairman and Founder of Bond House Medical Centre – a private health facility in Tema, Krobo Edusei Jnr., has indicated that the facility is positioned to transform the healthcare delivery system in Ghana with high quality healthcare services.
According to him, the facility – which has opened an ultra-modern centre on the Spintex Road in Accra – is set to offer world-class healthcare delivery at an affordable price with a range of seasoned professionals and experts/specialists, and is tech-enabled to deliver fast healthcare solutions.
At the facility’s inauguration, Mr. Edusei Jnr. said the facility runs a paperless system using cutting-edge hospital management software, and will make continuous investments to ensure the hospital becomes one of the biggest referral health facilities in the country.
Dr. Alfred Lamptey, the Medical Director of Bond House Medical Centre, in his welcome address reiterated that the health facility is positioned with the aim of making strict adherence to standards of practices in Ghana and the international community its hallmark.
According to him, the hospital has come to join the ever-increasing stream of private hospitals in Ghana providing primary and specialist services.
He said although the hospital is new, it is endowed with medical staff not so new to the healthcare system. The hospital presents a team of competent and experienced medical staff, who aim to deliver quality service to Ghanaians and other nationals.
Dr. Lamptey noted the hospital will run on the values of honesty and integrity, respect, teamwork and continuous improvement, adding that the facility is determined to grow, expand and continuously position itself to innovate and also serve theinternational community, whereby visitors will be happy to repose confidence in the care they provide.
For his part, the Group Managing Director, Leonid Lamptey, said establishing the hospital is the result of his team’s resolve to provide Ghanaians with quality healthcare, and easy accessibility of healthcare in the country. He called on the staff and management to deliver excellent service to all patients.
The Group MD mentioned that patients who are to undergo medical care at the hospital will be served by general practitioners; paediatricians; obstetrics and gynecology specialists; general orthopedic, neuro and paediatric surgeons. The hospital also has specialists in endocrinology, cardiology, neurology, gastroenterology and clinical psychology for booked consults.
It has since commenced service delivery with 15 beds, a theatre with two-bed recovery suites including VVIP wards with a dedicated nurse and medical doctors; and also has an ultra-modern lab, digital X-ray, Pharmacy, Physiotherapy Unit, OBS & Gynae Unit and its own fully-equipped ambulance.