National Reconstructive Plastic Surgery and Burns Centre

National Reconstructive Plastic Surgery and Burns Centre

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About Us
About Us
  1. OUR VISION
     
    To become the preferred centre of excellence and innovation for specialist health care provision, training, research and advocacy in Ghana and West Africa


  2. OUR PHILOSOPHY
     
    The patient comes first, all the time!
  3. OUR CORE VALUES
     
    1. Customer satisfaction
    2. Respect for one another and the rights of our

        clients
    3. Commitment to excellence and innovation
    4. Commitment to a healthy environment
    5. Excellent stewardship of all resources
    6. Transparency and accountability


  4. OUR MISSION
     
    "We are commited to the highest point of
    excellence in the field of Reconstuctive Plastic Surgery, by dutifully
    treating all our patients with deformities, ulcers, burns, etc with
    compassion and to restore them to as normarlcy as possible "

The National Reconstructive Plastic Surgery And Burns Centre of the Korle-Teaching Hospital in Ghana was commissioned on 28th May 1997.

The centre is one of the busiest centre of the Korle-Bu Teaching hospital, treating all kinds of burns especially the severe types, traumas, ulcers (with buruli ulcer topping all) and congenital abnormalities.

Head of Department
The centre is headed by a Consultant Plastic Surgeon in the person of Dr. Opoku - Ware Ampomah. The centre is one of the Reconstructive Plastic Surgery and Burns centres on the Africa continet endowed with rich professionals and commited staff with human centred ideals.
Our Units
The centre has a total bed complement of 69 beds which is distributed among the units of the centre as follows :
 
  • Reconstructive Plastic Surgery Unit: This unit consist of male - 9 beds, female - 9 beds and children - 6 cots and admits patients with congeniatal deformities, accidents, cancers and complications resulting from burns.
 
  • The Burns Unit: This unit consist of male - 6 beds, female - 6 beds and children - 6 cots and 6 beds for the intensive care and admits all kinds of burns especially the severe ones.
 
  • The Leg Ulcer Unit: This unit consist of female and children -10 beds, male 8 and admits all kinds of chronic ulcers especially the Buruli Ulcers.
 
Even though the centre's facilities level is not adequate as wished by the centre, the centre can boast of what the center has as enough for the centres smooth operations.
 
The centre has among its facilities, two (operating theatres) which is the main pivot of the centre, two(2) consulting rooms and other more.
 OUR CORE MANAGEMENT TEAM
  1. ADMINISTRATOR
    ADMINISTRATOR
    Mr. Seth Quaynor
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  2. DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF NURSING SERVICES
    DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF NURSING SERVICES
    Mrs. Ethel Lartey-Odei
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  3. PHARMACIST
    PHARMACIST
    Mr. Justice Dogbey is the Head Pharmacist at the National Reconstructive Plastic Surgery and Burns Centre. He has over 17 years working experience.
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  4. ACCOUNTANT
    ACCOUNTANT
    Mrs. Mary Armah
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  5. AUDITOR
    AUDITOR
    Elizabeth Enyonam Amegashie-Kudjo is the Chief Internal Auditor at the National Reconstructive Plastic Surgery and Burns Centre. She has over 20 years working experience.
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  6. ENGINEER
    ENGINEER
    Mr. Felix Mensah
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