VIA MEDICA, a leading healthcare provider, has opened 24/7 Care Centers in Ghana and Iraq, providing round-the-clock medical advise to remote communities in these countries. The new centers aim to improve access to healthcare services, particularly during emergencies within the region.
The opening of these centers is a significant step towards improving healthcare consultation and advise to many people which have limited access to medical care. In Ghana, for example, the doctor-to-patient ratio is estimated at 1:8,000, which means that many people are unable to access medical care when they need it.
The Care Centers are equipped with state-of-the-art assistance center, ensuring that patients receive high-quality care. The staff at the centers are also trained to advise a wide range of medical conditions, from minor injuries and illnesses to more severe emergencies.