Regional news of Wednesday 21 July 2021
• There will be a free medical screening for the people of Atibie
• More than 5000 residents of Atibie and the surrounding area are expected to benefit
• The team is involved in general health screening, pediatrics, dentistry, urology, obstetrics and health education
Residents of Atibie in the Eastern Region will benefit from a five-day medical mission.
The Ghana Medical Relief (GMR) exercise includes free medical activities ranging from general health screening, pediatrics, dentistry, urology, obstetrics and health education to more than 5,000 people in Atibie and surrounding communities.
This will begin on Monday, August 2, 2021 through Friday, August 6, 2021, following the team’s first mission in 2018 in Asiakwa, a town in the East Akim District of Ghana’s Eastern Region.
The registered non-profit organization based in the United States of America and Ghana goes on free medical missions to Ghana every summer.
In 2019, they were in Anomabo, a town on the coast of Mfantsiman Municipal District in the Central Region, for their outreach, but were unable to continue their work in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic.
GMR therefore calls on all residents of Atibie and the surrounding area to use the event to seek free medical care.