CONGRATULATIONS!!! Dr Felix Anyah Of Holy Trinity Hospital — And Holy Trinity Spa And Health Farm — Appointed CEO Of Korle Bu Teaching Hospital By President Akufo-Addo.

Dr. Felix Anyah: Inside the Melchizek Building At Holy Trinity Health

The President of the Republic, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, has appointed Dr Felix Anyah of the Holy Trinity Hospital and Holy Trinity Spa and Health Farm in Sogakpe, as the next Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the country’s premiere medical facility, the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital.

The appointment was contained in a press statement released by the Presidency, announcing that the entrepreneur par excellence is taking over running of Korle-Bu from Dr Samuel Asiamah, who was acting CEO.

Dr Anyah, 66, is well known for his excellence, both in running his facilities and for picking up awards. For the running of the perennially plagued Korle-Bu, the President could not have made a better choice.

Dr Felix Anyah established the Holy Trinity Medical Centre in 1988, and through his steadfast leadership has grown it to include the Holy Trinity Spa & Health Farm, Holy Trinity Resort and Holy Trinity Golf Course & Spa – all at Sogakope.

Individually, each of these establishments have picked up numerous health and hospitality awards, as has Dr Anyah himself – as GhanaCelebrities.Com editor Chris-Vincent Agyapong Febiri noted in a recent article outlining all the doctor’s accomplishments.

Based on his world class management of his facilities, we can confidently surmise that the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital is in the right hands and President Nana Akufo-Addo made exactly the right choice for Ghanaians.


Congrats to the good Dr! Korle Bu will work again.

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