Vice President of mPharma visits the CCPTC, interacts with trainees, aims at a national cervical cancer screening/prevention programme

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Tuesday, July 13, 2021.

Cervical Cancer Prevention and Training Centre (CCPTC)
Catholic Hospital, Battor.

The Vice President (Global Diagnostics) of mPharma, Johnnie Allotey, visited the CCPTC to discuss possibilities of collaboration for a national cervical cancer screening/prevention programme. He interacted with the trainees currently in the centre for Module 1 of the cervical cancer prevention programme. He took the opportunity to visit the laboratory in Catholic Hospital, Battor.

mPharma believes in the principle that access to safe and affordable healthcare is a universal human right.

Our current trainees are:

  1. Ms. Ophelia Serwah Nkansah, Resident Midwife, Ghana College of Nurses and Midwives (Advanced Midwifery), Kpone Bawaleshie Health Centre, Kpone Katamanso Municipality, Greater Accra Region.
  2. Ms. Emelia Ofori Agyemang, Midwife, Zenu Health Centre, Kpone Katamanso Municipality, Greater Accra Region.
  3. Ms. Efua Asankoma Anderson, Resident Midwife, Ghana College of Nurses and Midwives (Advanced Midwifery), KNUST Hospital, Kumasi, Oforikrom Municipality, Ashanti Region.
  4. Ms. Brandy Swati Bonnah, Midwife, KNUST Hospital, Kumasi, Oforikrom Municipality, Ashanti Region.
  5. Ms. Esther Addai, Resident Midwife, Ghana College of Nurses and Midwives (Well Woman Care), Sunyani Regional Hospital, Sunyani Municipality, Bono Region.
  6. Mrs Mavis Ofori, General Nurse, Sunyani Municipal Hospital, Sunyani East Municipality, Bono Region.
  7. Ms. Janet Adams, Midwife, Sunyani Municipal Hospital, Sunyani East Municipality, Bono Region.
  8. Ms. Millicent Dapaah, Resident Midwife, Ghana College of Nurses and Midwives (Advanced Midwifery), Kintampo Municipal Hospital, Kintampo North Municipality, Bono East Region.
  9. Ms. Samiriatu Haruna, Midwife, Kintampo Municipal Hospital, Kintampo North Municipality, Bono East Region.
  10. Ms. Elizabeth Ablah Tetteh, Midwife, Atua Government Hospital, Lower Manya Krobo Municipality, Eastern Region.
  11. Ms. Anita Korang Ansong, Midwife, Atua Government Hospital, Lower Manya Krobo Municipality, Eastern Region.
  12. Ms. Bernice Boateng, Community Health Nurse, Oda Government Hospital, Birim Central Municipality, Eastern Region.
  13. Ms. Mercy Fianko, Midwife, Oda Government Hospital, Birim Central Municipality, Eastern Region.
  14. Professor Margaret Kweku, Public Health Physician Specialist/Clinical Epidemiologist, Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, School of Public Health, University of Health and Allied Sciences (UHAS), Hohoe, Volta Region.

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