Ho Teaching Hospital is the fifth public Teaching Hospital in Ghana. It was re-commissioned by the Minister of Health, Hon. Kwaku Agyemang Manu as a Teaching Hospital on the 29th April 2019 after the Hospital went through a vigorous accreditation process by all the Health Professional Regulatory Bodies and the Health Facilities Regulatory Authority.
The Hospital was constructed by Kaevener Construction International of the United Kingdom and handed over to the Government of Ghana in November 1998. It commenced service delivery in April 1999 on a small scale. In December 2000, the Hospital was officially commissioned as the Volta Regional Hospital by the former President John Jerry Rawlings and his wife. At the time of commissioning, the Hospital was a 240-bed capacity. It is strategically located to provide specialized health care services to the people of the Volta Region and beyond. The Hospital envisioned itself as a Medical Tourist Centre through the provision of Innovative Health Care.
The hospital is patronized by clients from the Republic of Togo, Benin and the Federal Republic of Nigeria. With the new status, the Hospital is poised to serve as the premium Medical Tourist center with Innovative Tertiary Health Care, Medical Education, and Research.
Goals/Broad Strategic Objectives
- Provide Quality Health Care to all Clients
- Offer undergraduate and Postgraduate Medical Education including In-Service Trainings
- Ensure sustainable Investment in Health Systems Research
- Strengthen stakeholder collaboration in enhancing Health Service Delivery
- Strengthen good corporate Governance and Management Systems
All hail, Ho Teaching Hospital;
God bless you and make you the premium in Innovative
Tertiary Health Care, Medical Education and Research,
We are committed to saving life; we save life and save the World