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|Greater Accra Regional Hospital|
|Location||Accra, Greater Accra, Ghana|
|Former name(s)||Ridge Hospital|
|Lists||Hospitals in Ghana|
The Greater Accra Regional Hospital (formally the Ridge Hospital) is a major regional hospital located in Accra, Ghana.
History & Background
It is Located in the heart of Accra city, the GARH started as a Hospital for the European expatriates around 1928. It became a District Hospital after Ghana’s independence in 1957 and was later designated as Ridge Regional Hospital in 1997 and now redeveloped and transformed into an ultra-modern 420 bed capacity hospital with the full complement of specialist services that reflects the current social aspirations of the rapidly growing capital city of Ghana.