Ghana Immigration Service (GIS) has expanded its clinic in Accra to give increased and high quality well being care to its officers and stakeholders.
The refurbished clinic positioned at its national headquarters in Accra will cater for the increasing health-related needs by serving personnel and retired staff.
Immigrants in search of do the job and resident permits who require to endure health care assessment as portion of the prerequisites for the processes will also benefit from the facility.
Just after its institution in 2017 via a partnership between the GIS and the St. Johns Clinic and Fertility Centre, the clinic has not noticed any expansion will work.
The expanded clinic now has three extra consulting rooms and a laboratory to give diagnostic solutions these types of as mammography and digital rectal examination (DRE).
At a brief inauguration ceremony in Accra, the Minister for Inside, Mr Ambrose Dery, mentioned the growth aligned with government’s motivation to making certain the general wellbeing of security staff in the region.
He encouraged the administration of GIS to replicate this job at other Regional Instructions in the region to present Immigration Officers serving in these regions entry to superior well being treatment.
GIS was also advised to recruit the ideal staff that will enable them to check out the overall health status of persons he said.
The Comptroller-Basic of Immigration, Mr. Kwame Asuah Takyi, noted that the long expression purpose of the Service was to make the clinic a planet-course hospital focused to the wellbeing demands of expatriates and the battle of infectious conditions at the frontiers of the nation.
For his section, the Chief Executive Officer of the St. Johns Medical center and Fertility Centre, Maame Yaa Afriyie, explained that the products and services of the revamped clinic was open to Immigration Officers, immigrants, and the normal public.