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Vision Program in Ghana

Medical Ministry International
From : 03-12-2022 To : 03-26-2022
Country : Ghana
City : Darkuman Kokompe, Accra
Position Needed : Medical Ophthalmologist
Surgical Ophthalmologist
Ophthalmology fellow
Ophthalmology resident
Ophthalmic Assistant
Ophthalmic Technician
Ophthalmic Scrub
Registered Nurse
Medical Student
Host : Barnor Hospital
Team leader : Seth Ephraim Tetteh-Quaye
Term : Short Term
Length : 1 or 2 weeks
Team Members : Dr Armansah Barnor Forjoe
Speciality : General
Mission Details : Medical Ministry International’s work in Ghana stretches back several decades. Medical Ministry International began to support the efforts of Dr. Kofi & Vivian Ghartey and Sight for Africa in 2006. These projects seek to help people within the Darkuman Kokompe community. Many people from this community are economically poor and have limited access to health care services. The team’s aim to provide specialized vision services along with basic primary care and dental care. This project needs a comprehensive vision care team including Ophthalmologists, Optometrists, Opticians, Nurses, Technicians, and Support Team Members. Vision care projects are focused in urban areas, and include opportunities for local medical personnel to receive training. These large projects typically see a high volume of patients, and we provide screenings, exams, dispense eyeglasses, laser treatments, prostheses, pterygia, glaucoma, cataract & phaco, strabismus surgeries, and more to help the municipality deal with the need for these services. Participants are expected to fundraise on behalf of Medical Ministry International to help raise the funds necessary to cover the budgeted costs of the Project Teams. These fundraising goal minimums include accommodations, meals, basic medical insurance, and malpractice insurance. Air fare is not included. We have implemented rigorous biosafety, patient management, and project team safety protocols in response to COVID-19. Agreement to follow protocols will be required as part of the online application process. Project planning is ongoing for all 2021 programs. Project status will be confirmed 90 days prior to departure based on current information as Medical Ministry International monitors the global impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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