The University of Ghana Medical Centre (UGMC) which is beginning operations today, will treat all patients who will be referred there free of charge.
This will continue till two in weeks time when fees will be charged accordingly.
This is according to authorities who are holding a presser this morning to start the event today.
Present at the press conference are deputy Ministers of Information and Heath, Perry Okudzato and Tina Mensah, the contractor for the Center, Reginald Sekyi-Brown, the pharmacy student of the University who was arrested for holding a placard asking the First Lady, to ensure the Centre is opened and many others including the public.
The facility was scheduled to open in November 2017, but was kept locked to the public due to a tussle between the Minister of Health and the University of Ghana over who manages the $217 million facility.
By Gifty Arthur/ghanadat.com