Our Partners


We have various partners we work with, see below:


The Church of Pentecost focuses on the holistic wellbeing of its members. In view of this, the Church is contributing immensely in the area of health and wellness. Disease prevention, health promotion, rehabilitation and excellent curative care are the thematic areas of the Church’s healthcare policy. The Church currently has one Hospital (Pentecost Hospital at Madina, Accra), seven Clinics at Kpasa in the Volta Region, Kasapin in the Brong-Ahafo Region, Yawmatwa, Tarkwa and Enchi Kwawu in the Western Region and Twifo-Agona and Ayanfuri in the Central Region. Plans are far advanced to upgrade the Clinics at Tarkwa, Kpasa and Ayanfuri to full Hospital status. The Church of Pentecost Hospitals and Clinics are established to provide affordable and quality health care to all persons, especially the poor and the marginalized.


As a critical Sector of the economy, the Ministry of Health seeks to improve the health status of all people living in Ghana thereby contributing to Government’s vision of universal health coverage and a healthy population. The Ministry of Health, working in partnership with its agencies and stakeholders aims at improving the human capital thus “creating wealth through health” through the development and implementation of proactive policies that will ensure improved health and vitality.


The Ghana Health Service (GHS) is a Public Service body established under Act 525 of 1996 as required by the 1992 constitution. It is an autonomous Executive Agency responsible for implementation of national policies under the control of the Minister for Health through its governing Council – tag heuer replica watches the Ghana Health Service Council. The GHS continue to receive public funds and thus remain within the public sector. However, its employees will no longer be part of the civil service, and GHS managers will no longer be required to follow all civil service rules and procedures. The independence of the GHS is designed primarily to ensure that staffs have a greater degree of managerial flexibility to carry out their responsibilities, than would be possible if they remained wholly within the civil service. Ghana Health Service does not include Teaching Hospitals, Private and Mission Hospitals.


The National Health Insurance Authority (NHIA) was established under the National Health Insurance Act 2003, Act 650, as a body corporate, with perpetual succession, an Official Seal, that may sue and be sued in its own name. As a body corporate, the Authority in the performance of its functions may acquire and hold movable and immovable property and may enter into a contract or any other transaction.

A new law, Act 852 has replaced ACT 650 in October 2012 to consolidate the NHIS, remove administrative bottlenecks, introduce transparency, reduce opportunities for corruption and gaming of the system, and make for more effective governance of the schemes.
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