Controversial musician and Political activist, Kwame Asare Obeng, popularly known as A-Plus has made shocking revelations about the tenure of Dr Felix Anyah as CEO of the nation’s premier health facility, Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital. Dr Felix Anyah had his contract terminated under very bizarre circumstances after having served exemplarily and meritoriously for about a year … Read more
Ghana has pockets of healthcare facilities across the country which are largely useless if you are seriously sick or in need of advanced treatment—because of the lack of necessary facilities, including common beds to sleep on. With timber and teak trees scattered all across Ghana and almost every street with a young man skilled in … Read more
Chief Executive Officer of the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital, Dr Felix Anyah, has picked up yet another award in a career filled with nothing but groundbreaking awards. Dr Anyah, formerly CEO of the Holy Trinity Medical Centre, been adjudged the overall best CEO in Ghana (public and private sector), at the recently held Ghana Entrepreneur and Corporate Executive Awards (GECEA).
The Chief Executive Officer of the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital, Dr. Felix Anyah, and his two daughters, both of whom are doctors, have donated much needed medical supplies and equipment to the Hospital to help alleviate some of its myriad challenges. Dr. Anyah’s two daughters, Emefa Anyah-Lartey and Dzifa Anyah-Nani, donated anesthesia worth Ghc 30,000 to … Read more
Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital has arguably some of the best doctors and specialists in Ghana—it’s in fact the only single place that can afford the brilliance of the best specialists and sophisticated medical equipment in Ghana. But mention the name and a lot of Ghanaians would still prefer a private option.
And this is because, the century old notion of private sector institutions being better than government owned facilities still dwell with Ghanaians. Of course, this notion is not held in absolute detachment from reality—being that, the ethics of those who work for government health centres including Korle-Bu are somewhat unpardonable.
It’s not a matter of incompetence, because some of these same people if met in private hospitals as consultants or ordinary workers render completely competent healthcare services, backed by high ethical considerations.
Korle-Bu’s underlying problem, therefore, has never been truly an issue of incompetence or lack of the needed medical facilities. Rather, it’s been a matter of a long standing institutional “piss take” where even the lowest healthcare professionals seemingly can’t be bothered as to the level of service being administered.
In simple terms; Korle-Bu swims in an administrative deficit—this is why the private sector excellence of Dr. Felix Anyah is needed to shake up the place and perch it with the quality of healthcare in the private sector.
Dr. Anyah is a man who has not just proven his executive excellence to Ghanaians with a tall list of industry awards but founded the Holy Trinity Hospital, one of the first choice hospitals of those who run away from Korle-Bu’s clumsiness.
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.
The Holy Trinity SPA and Health Farm, based in Sogakofe in the Volta Region; is home to world class, state of the art treatments that is set to get your body, soul and mind in as relaxed a shape as possible.
Since its establishment a decade ago, the centre has won over twenty awards due to its exceptionality. The awards have ranged from national to regional level, constantly lifting the centre’s already burgeoning reputation up a notch or two.