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UGMC Celebrates Successful Completion Of First Six Kidney Transplants



The University of Ghana Medical Centre (UGMC) has announced the successful completion of its first six kidney transplant surgeries, marking a significant milestone in the Centre’s medical achievements.

In a press statement issued on Sunday, UGMC highlighted that the surgeries were conducted by a highly skilled and dedicated team of local and foreign medical professionals. The Centre emphasized that these procedures were performed with utmost precision, care, and expertise.

Dr. Emmanuel Asante, the head of Urology at UGMC, noted that the seamless execution of these kidney transplants showcases the Centre’s capabilities in handling complex surgical interventions and providing exemplary post-operative care.

Dr. Kwame Anim Boamah, the Chief Executive of UGMC, commented on the landmark achievement, stating, “The successful completion of the first set of six kidney transplants underscores the Centre’s commitment to pushing boundaries, achieving medical excellence, and improving the lives of patients through cutting-edge interventions and compassionate care.”

Dr. Boamah further added, “UGMC looks forward to continuing its mission of advancing healthcare standards and innovative practices in the field of transplantation.”

This achievement positions UGMC at the forefront of medical advancements in Ghana and reaffirms its dedication to enhancing the quality of healthcare services available to the community.

Source: GhanaFeed.Com

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