In what has been a gloomy week for the Ganta United Methodist Hospital, a fire gutted a doctors’ residence, killing an Indian dentist who was on a one-year assignment in Liberia.
In 2016, after raids conducted by the Liberia National Police at street corners and in ghettos across Monrovia rounded up numerous substance abusers, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf became concerned about the plight of these individuals.
The Esther & Jereline Koung Medical Center in Ganta, Nimba County is conducting free surgeries for more than 150 persons.
County health authorities have reported that over the past nine months, 5,271 children under five years of age have been fully immunized in Buchanan.
The Carter Center’s international headquarters has applauded Liberia on the passage of a new law meant to improve mental health care and prevent discrimination against people with mental illnesses.
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has finally signed into law the long overdue Mental Health Act.
The head of the Dolo Town Clinic in Margibi’s second district has warned that the facility faces a shortage of drugs.
The River Cess County Health Team, Last Mile Health, and WHO joined the rest of the country to launch a new polio vaccine.