Tag Archives: Kumasi

Thursday, July 21: Accra

Yesterday we left Kpandai and made the 11 hour journey back to Accra.  The coach bus we were on for most of the trip was overcrowded, and I found myself sitting on the floor of the coach for part of … Continue reading

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Friday, June 24: Kumasi

Today was our last day at Komfo-Anokye teaching hospital. Yesterday, we spent the morning touring around the many wards the hospital.  I was mistaken in my last post; KATH actually holds 2000 beds, not 1000!  I spent the afternoon seeing patients … Continue reading

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Wednesday, June 22: Kumasi

Greetings from Kumasi! After a day of travel yesterday, we arrived at Komfo-Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH) today. KATH is a 1000 bed institution located in Ghana’s second largest city. Because of its size and the fact that it is located along major … Continue reading

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Monday, June 20: Arriving in Accra

We’re finally here! After a 10 hour flight from JFK to Accra (capital of Ghana), we touched down around 12:30 pm local time. It was an overnight flight and we were blessed with good rest. Praise the Lord, all of … Continue reading

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