News & Events

Korle Bu performs first laparoscopic appendectomy

Acute appendicitis is a common surgical emergency in general surgery. Its treatment is open appendectomy after adequate resuscitation. It can also be treated laparoscopically, which is the preferred option in developed countries. Read more

Efforts being made to address power supply challenge in Korle Bu

The Korle Bu Teaching Hospital wishes to announce that efforts are being made to restore power supply from the national grid to all parts of the Hospital. Read more

Korle Bu did not order staff to stay away for visiting Liberia

The authorities of the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital wish to inform the public that we have not ordered any staff to stay at home for travelling to Liberia as carried in sections of the media. Read more

Renovation of Maternity Theatres

Management of the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital wishes to inform the general public that parts of the first and second floor theaters and recovery ward of the Maternity Department has been closed down for renovation. Read more
Features

Self-Medication: Not always a good Idea.

There is ample anecdotal evidence pointing to the fact that the practice of self-medication, which simply connotes the use of medication without medical advice, is widespread. Read more »
Patient Care

Self-Medication: Not always a good Idea.

There is ample anecdotal evidence pointing to the fact that the practice of self-medication, which simply connotes the use of medication without medical advice, is widespread. Read more »
Research

Divorce Can Have Serious Impact On Men's Health, New Research Finds

According to a new paper published in the Journal Of Men's Health, divorce can take a great mental and physical toll on men. Read more »