OUR MANAGEMENT TEAM
Chief Medical Officer (CMO)
Dr. Opoku-Akoto attended University of Ghana Medical School and graduated with an MBChB in 2001 and The West African College of Surgeons, Faculty of Anaesthesia, where she obtained a Diploma in Anaesthesia in 2003 after passing the primaries, and a Specialist (Part I) in Anaesthesia in 2006. Since her graduation, Dr. Opoku-Akoto has undertaken several CMEs in various fields of Urgent Patient Care.
Dr. Opoku-Akoto worked in Ghana at the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital where she undertook rotations in the Departments of Anaesthesia, Surgery, Paediatrics and in Bermuda at the King Edward VII Memorial Hospital in Internal Medicine for 3 years. She also worked at Hamilton Medical Centre and Bermuda Healthcare Services as a General Practitioner for another 3 years.
Dr. Opoku-Akoto has been practicing medicine for over fifteen years with ten years as a General Medical/Family Practitioner responsible for:
Consulting of patients with undiagnosed problems
Screening patients for disease risk factors and early signs of illnesses as part of primary prevention, Instituting of appropriate management and interpretation of results
Developing Care Plans with patients with chronic illnesses such as diabetes and hypertension, as a means to ensure the best long term outcome for patients and enhance compliance
Providing counselling and health education to patients as appropriate
Referring patients to the tertiary centers or specialist as appropriate
Complying with the relevant practice/ policy guidelines laid out by the governing health authority
Carrying out home visits and attending to patients’ concerns and questions over the telephone
Dr. Opoku-Akoto, the CEO of AMC, since the commencement of business in 2011, has effectively combined her clinical skills with her administrative competencies to successfully grow the patient base to over 3,000 patients in six years.
Mr. Moses Clocuh
Mr. Moses Clocuh
Chief Operating Officer (C.O.O)
Mr. Moses Clocuh is an Investment Advisor and Business Manager with about twenty years of professional experience in financial services with extensive knowledge of general accounting principles, investments instruments & financial derivatives, the capital markets, global banking and an in-depth understanding of the general business environment.
Mr. Clocuh attended the prestigious Manchester Business School and as an aspiring venture capitalist, has interest in a number of business entities. He has previously worked for:
KPMG – Ghana, leading client engagement for a diversified portfolio of major blue-chip firms with average net worth of about US $10M in banking, financial services, mining, oil & gas and construction;
Deloitte – Bermuda & Cayman Islands, servicing client engagements for several hedge funds, fund of funds, investments and asset management firms with average net asset values/capital of over US $100M domiciled in the major global financial hubs and offshore jurisdictions; and
HSBC Bank Limited, Bermuda, on an investment portfolio of circa US $10B consisting of fixed income products, foreign exchange trading, money markets funding and private equity investments.
As the Executive Chair, Mr. Clocuh has in the last six years as Business Manager of Accra Medical Centre been responsible for the expansion and efficient operations of the general business; defining business strategy, prudent financial management and driving sales and human resources.
As Business Manager, his goal is to ensure that specific strategic outcomes are attained; that departments within AMC operate smoothly; that the right people are in the right jobs and know what is expected of them; that resources are used efficiently and effectively and that all departments are working towards a common corporate goal.
Mr. Clocuh has been very instrumental in the leadership and management of the business in his efforts to make AMC a leading healthcare service provider in Ghana.
Dr. Obed Allotey Babington
Chief Medical Officer (CMO)
Dr. Obed Okoe Allotey Babington is a diligent, self-motivated and very hard-working individual. Dr Babington worked at the 37 Military Hospital as a Senior Specialist Anaesthetist and Clinical Head of 37 Military Hospital ICU.
His experience in critical care and Anaesthesia has given Dr. Babington the opportunity to be involved in training Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) for the National Ambulance Service from 2014 and Nurse Anaesthetist at the training school in 37 Military Hospital from 2009.
Dr. Babington has also served with the Ghana Armed Forces on United Nations Peace Keeping Missions in various medical capacities in DR Congo, Sierra Leone and Cote d Ivoire. He has also gained experience in the airlifting patients as an Aeromedical Evacuation Team Doctor with the Ghana Armed Forces as a non-military medical personnel and with the West African Rescue Association (WARA) as a locum.
Dr. Babington has undertaken numerous training including but not limited to studies in International Humanitarian Law and the Law of Armed Conflict, Conduct of Humanitarian Relief Operations, and Advanced Logistics with the United Nations Institute for Training and Research; Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS) and Acute Dialysis management through the Principles of Nephrology, Principles of Dialysis and Plasmapheresis, just to mention a few.
Dr. Obed Okoe Allotey Babington graduated in 1999 from the Rostov Medical University, Russia in General Medicine, Doctor of medicine (MD). He obtained a Diploma in Anaesthesia in 2005 from the West African College of Surgeons and his Fellowship Part 1, from the West African College of Surgeons in 2010.
He is currently involved in development, teaching and training of AMC medical staff. His duties include clinical care of patients and administration which include: among other things Pre-Op evaluation of patients, intra-op management, recognition and treatment of complications related to anaesthesia, post op care, intensive care management, Pain management, health education, addressing work environment and occupational health issues, Manage day to day mission support operations by ensuring availability of supplies, and Proper functioning of medical equipment, liaise with doctors/specialist in affiliate medical providers and coordinate medical evacuations.
His interests include Emergency care, Global Health and Travel Medicine, Driving and Reading. Dr Babington is fluent in English and Russian, and proficient in French.
Mrs. Vida Ayegbe
Director of Nursing
Vida Mary Adzo Ayegbe is the Director of Nursing of Accra Medical Centre. She has over 29 years experience as a nurse and has contributed enormously to the growth of the profession in Ghana. She is an Associate Fellow of the Ghana College of Nurse and Midwives and an examiner for the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Ghana. She is specialised in Peri-Operative Nursing and has received advanced training in orthopaedics (arthroplasty) and organ transplants (liver and kidney), gastrointestinal endoscopy and cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
Mrs. Ayegbe is dedicated to providing a healthcare service that is built on safety, efficiency, competency and honesty. She has developed excellent skills through clinical practice and in training other nurses.
Prior to joining Accra Medical Centre, Mrs. Vida Ayegbe was a Deputy Director of Nursing Services (Operating Theatres) with 37 Military Hospital where she performed significant clinical and administrative roles. She also served as Head Nurse at Providence Specialists Hospital (Heart Centre) and in other capacities in major hospitals across Ghana.
Mrs. Ayegbe is currently studying for the MSc. in Clinical Leadership and Management at the University of Ghana Business School. She holds a BSc. in Nursing (Peri-Operative) from the University of Cape Coast and a B.A. in Social Work from the University of Ghana. She also has a certificate in Midwifery from the Nursing Training College, Korle-bu Teaching Hospital, and General Nursing certificate from the Nursing Training College, 37 Military Hospital, Accra, Ghana. She received the advanced Orthopaedic Training in Arthroplasty in London, UK and attended the first International Course for Transplant Nursing by International Transplant Network at the Florence Nightingale Hospital in Istanbul, Turkey.
She is a member of the Ghana Registered Nurses Association, Peri-Operative Nurses Group, Ghana and the American Association of Operating Room Nurses.
Mrs. Ayegbe volunteers on several health-related outreach programmes including the MOTEC Life-UK, Graft Foundation, Operation Smile Train International and Liver Cancer Foundation Ghana.
She has earned several awards for meritorious conduct, including the CO’s Special Award in recognition of her outstanding dedication to the advancement of healthcare delivery at the 37 Military Hospital, Accra.
Ms. Sarah Offei
Senior Nurse Manager
Graduate of International health with over 15yrs practice in both Ghana and the UK. She has training in social work and worked in the monitoring and evaluation unit of the nursing and midwifery council Ghana.