Health service directors kick against GES medical screening directive

District Directors of Health Service Upper West Group, is kicking against the Ghana Education Service’s directive to a private company, Adom Broso to conduct medical screening of all first year students in the region for 2015-2016 academic year.

The group says it is the mandate of the Ghana Health Service and other health institutions to give permission to medical laboratories to conduct screening and not the GES.

Speaking to Radio Ghana at Wa the Chairman of the group, Dr Sebastian Sandaare described the situation as unfortunate and asked the GES to go back and do the right thing.

Dr Sandaare said the directive is an indictment of medical directors and laboratories in the Upper West region and called on the GES to stop the exercise.


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