The Chief Executive Officer of the Bank Hospital, Indren Poovan, has said that the Bank Hospital, which was completed last year, is open to the general public.
He debunked the erroneous perception that the hospital catered for only staff of the Bank of Ghana, adding that the hospital was officially opened to the Public on June 8 last year.
"We want to inform the public that our facility is here to serve everyone," Mr Poovan said in a press statement released by the hospital and urged the general public to visit and utilise the facility.
The Bank Hospital is a multi-disciplinary private healthcare facility that focuses on the best clinical outcomes for our clients.
It is a state-of-the-art facility with modern technology and offers a broad spectrum of expert medical care and services that meet the needs of the communities we serve, in Accra, Ghana and across borders. The facility is at the hub of Cantonments and about 2.6 km from the Kotoka International Airport.
To allow the public acquaint themselves with the facilities available at the Hospital, there would be a two-day Open Day event at the premises from May 20 to 21, this year.
Under the theme: "Good Health For Everyone," the event would comprise of free health screening and counselling services for all participants on various health conditions.
Services such as Visual acuity tests, Health risk assessment, Diet counselling, Rapid test for malaria, Diabetes, Typhoid, salmonella and Hepatitis b, would be available during the event.
There would also be counselling on women's health, pre-natal, labour and delivery, as well as breast examination and vital checks.
"Weight, BMI, first aid training (accident in the home, Cardiopulmonary resuscitation, Dental screening, Hearing assessment, medical counselling and many more will be rendered," the statement said, urging everyone to visit the facility on the stipulated dates for a top-notch, client focused and professional healthcare service provision.