• Conduct deliveries of babies.
  • Take care of sick pregnant women.
  • Take care of gynaecological cases.
  • Take care of both cesarean section and gynaecological surgical cases.
  • Give health education to women at the ward.
  • Take care of babies.
  • Refer sick babies to NICU.
  • Research are done on issues pertaining to the department.
  • Education on PMTCT to pregnant women.
  • Administration of ART prophylaxis to babies of know HIV mothers.
  • Administration of Hepatitis B vaccine to exposured babies.
  • Education of pregnant women on how to prevent anaemia by eating well nutritious diet.
  • Education of pregnant women on perineal hygiene to prevent puerperal sepsis.
  • Educating pregnant women on how to keep the incisional site clean to prevent incisional site infection.
  • The unit is a referral center for Tano North District because of our Obs and Gynae specialist.

Head of Eye Care

Sandra Adutwumwaa Baah

Senior Midwifery Officer

Dr. Christopher Senyo Adzaho is a self-motivated and result-driven optometrist who enjoys
using his expertise to further organizational goals while inspiring others to do the same.
He holds a Doctor of Optometry degree from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science andTechnology (KNUST), Ghana. After graduating, he served as a Teaching and Research Assistant at the Department of Optometry and Visual Science, KNUST. His exceptional leadership qualities and clinical skills earned him the Head of the Teaching Assistants, and was in charge of the day-to-day running of the Department Eye Clinic.
Christopher is a dynamic optometrist who seeks to make high-quality and affordable eye care available to all, regardless of socio-economic background. His passion for promoting good eye health enabled him to serve excellently as the Health and Outreach Head of the Optometry Students Association of Ghana, KNUST, for two years. Aside from his current facility, he also joins several organizations, focusing on providing health care to the less privileged in the society on several medical outreaches.
He currently serves as the Head of the Eye Department of the St. John of God Hospital and is pursuing a Master of Public Health degree at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology. Dr. Adzaho’s exceptionally cordial relationship with clients and co-workers has contributed to the eye unit seeing a considerable rise in patient attendance and positive feedback.
His personal values and the philosophy that directs him in his work are derived from Colossians 3:23-24, ‘and whatsoever you do, do it sincerely, as to the Lord, and not unto men; knowing that of the Lord, you shall receive the reward of the inheritance.’ He enjoys working within teams that are focused on results, and that work together to provide exceptional and innovative healthcare to improve general health and well-being