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The Kwadaso SDA Hospital is a Mission Hospital which was established in 13th June, 1991. The hospital started as a clinic at the premises of Central Ghana Conference of SDA Church and was operating on Out-Patient Department (OPD) basis to take care of conference workers and their family. It was a day clinic with one medical officer with one nurse who took care of all round activities. The clinic shared premises with a bakery and SDA Educational Unit.
In May, 1992, a mini theatre was created in the same premises, where three (3) minor surgeries were performed (Hernia) on three (3) staff at the conference. In October, 1994, the clinic was moved from the bakery to one pastor’s residence. A resident Medical Assistant and one staff were employed. They provided a 24-hour services; the facility then had 20-beds which comprises male’s, female’s and children’s ward and two (consulting rooms).
1n 1997, the Out Patient Department (OPD) was expanded with additional four (4) consulting rooms. Wards were expanded to become 68-bed hospital beds. The facility had a resident surgeon and complete theatre. Ultrasound scan services were provided. Preventive health, reproductive and child health as well as counseling services were provided in 1999.
In 2005 a Nursing Training School was established to run a Diploma in General Nursing. This training school is attached to the hospital.
Currently, services provided are;

Out-Patient Care
In-Patient Care
Ante/Post-Natal Care
Family Planning
Ultrasound scan
Child Welfare Clinic
TB (DOT) Centre
Urology services
ENT (Ear Nose Throat)
Eye Clinic
Dental Clinic
Mental Health Services
Ambulance Service

The hospital now serves as a training center for the SDA Nurses’ Training School and also for the Health Sector as a whole.
The hospital statistics shows that an average outpatient visit per day stands at 220, with simple malaria being the highest OPD morbidity. An average admission per month is 600 with 76 ward bed capacity.
The hospital staff strength as at now stands at 280 Staff including, Specialists, Medical Officers, Physician Assistants (Medical & Anaesthetics), Nurses, Pharmacists/Pharmacy Personnel, Lab Personnel, Records Personnel and other Non-Critical staff such as Accounts, Administration, Orderly, Transport Officer and Security Personnel.


To promote, restore and maintain physical, mental, social, spiritual health of individual, families and households resident in Ghana through partnerships in the training, service delivery, health education and promotion by willing, disciplined, highly trained and motivated workforce.


Access to Holistic Healing, Homes and Hearts with Hope for Heaven

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Our Leadership Team

DR. Randolph Baah Adu

Medical Director

Christina Torres


Amalia Bruno

Financial Accountant