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GMR embarks on free medical mission in Atibie

The Ghana Medical Relief (GMR) is set to embark on a five-day free medical mission at Atibie in the Eastern Region.The exercise which begins on Monday, August 2, 2021, to Friday, August 6, 2021, will provide a platform for general health screening, pediatrics, dental, urological, obstetrics and health education to more than 5,000 people in Atibie and its surrounding communities.

The registered non-profit organisation based in the United States of America and Ghana has been embarking on a free medical mission to Ghana every summer.

The team had its first mission in 2018 at Asiakwa; a town in the East Akim District of the Eastern Region before proceeding to Anomabo, a town on the coast of the Mfantsiman Municipal District of the Central Region in 2019.
However, as a result of Covid-19, its 2020 health mission was suspended.
The GMR is therefore entreating all residents in Atibie and its environs to take advantage of the event to seek free medical care.


Rebecca Bart Plange 31.07.2022

I am a physician assistantship student at the Presbyterian university college Agogo,I was given the opportunity to assist you with the pediatric dispensary during your visit to Agogo township and I had a lot of fun.I learnt a lot from the team and I wish to be part of this noble organisation. I want to be a volunteer and offer my help to the needy in whatsoever way I can help as you are doing.I am hoping I will be part of your next visit in Ghana.We really appreciate you and God bless you for your visit.

Mark 08.09.2022

Thanks for your blog, nice to read. Do not stop.

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