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KNUST commissions another clinic at campus 4/5/2007
Kumasi, April 4, GNA - A 200 million-cedi renovated clinic to augment health care facilities at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) was on Monday commissioned in Kumasi. Commissioning it Professor Kwasi Kwafo Adarkwah, the Vice-Chancellor of the university, said with a population exceeding 22,000, there was the need for stakeholders to commit resources to providing additional health facility for the university. Prof Adarkwah said among services to be provided at the clinic included laboratory, dispensing and ambulance services as well as general consultation.

Dr Yaw Bio, the Director of the KNUST Health Services, said he was not happy that the university hospital, which was established in 1952 to serve the university community and its environs, was being over-stretched as a result of the increasing population of residents within its catchments area.Source:

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