The Ghana Health Service (GHS) is a Public Service body established under Act 525 of 1996 as required by the 1992 constitution. It is an autonomous Executive Agency responsible for implementation of national policies under the control of the Minister for Health through its governing Council – tag heuer replica watches the Ghana Health Service Council. The GHS continue to receive public funds and thus remain within the public sector.  However, its employees will no longer be part of the civil service, and GHS managers will no longer be required to follow all civil service rules and procedures.  The independence of the GHS is designed primarily to ensure that staffs have a greater degree of managerial flexibility to carry out their responsibilities, than would be possible if they remained wholly within the civil service. Ghana Health Service does not include Teaching Hospitals, Private and Mission Hospitals.


“Post Discharge stroke care is a challenge world wide. 

With the support of the Ghana Health Service, SASNET – Ghana has become the first in the world to pioneer this new community based approach to work with our colleagues around the world to deliver very valuable services to survivors and families. Our mission is develop an innovative and scalable Post Discharge model that will help Ghana, Africa and countries around the world.”

Executive Director Programs/ National Stroke Support Services
Fellow of the World Stroke Organization (FWSO)
Member of MDS