Cape Coast Teaching Hospital Temporarily Halts Haemodialysis Services for Urgent Maintenance

by Louisa Afful
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The Cape Coast Teaching Hospital has temporarily halted its haemodialysis services to address maintenance needs, ensuring the provision of quality healthcare. This announcement was made in a press release signed by the Public Relations Officer, Fred Nyankah.

The statement, issued on June 15, explained, “This is to respectfully inform our cherished clients and the general public of the temporal suspension of haemodialysis services at the Cape Coast Teaching Hospital. This has become necessary due to some quality issues experienced last week in the course of our regular operations.”

The hospital acknowledged the critical need for haemodialysis within its catchment area and the inconvenience this suspension may cause, expressing sincere regret over the disruption. The facility assured the public of its commitment to resuming services swiftly, aiming for a return to normal operations before the end of next week.

Below is the full statement:

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