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At Sam-j Specialist Hospital, our patients welbeing is our concern. For this reason we take pride in educating our patients for the betterment of their health.

This is not only achieved through one-on-one medical consultation with our medical doctors, but through news and articles from verified authentic sources.

WACAA Awards Sam-j Specialist Hospital best Fertility Hospital of the year 2017/2018

Sam-j Specialist Hospital, a multispecialty hospital specialized in fertility treatment for male and female with wide range of fertility services including IVF has been awarded Best Fertility Hospital of the year 2017/2018 by West African Clinical Alliance Awards (WACAA).

WACAA in collaboration with GEHAB Events and Corporate Health Ghana Limited organized a ceremony at the Movenpick Ambassador Hotel, Accra on 25th August 2018.

Sam-j Specialist was awarded the best Fertility Center within the category of Best Fertility and Women Wellness Centers. The C.E.O. (DCOP Rtd.) Dr. Samuel Amo-Mensah who was the award recipient was thankful to the Almighty God for how he has brought them and also the entire Staff of Sam-j Specialist Hospital for their commitment to work and professionalism. He was also grateful to the awarding body (WACAA) as well as the patients who patronized their medical services.

How many carbs vegetarians and meat eaters should really be eating

Carbs have been on the receiving end of a lot of criticism in recent years, with many people wrongly believing that eating them is an unhealthy course of action. However, a major study conducted in the US has found that following a low carbohydrate diet can drastically reduce your lifespan, particularly if you’re substituting carbohydrates for meat and dairy products…

What is pre-eclampsia and how do you treat it?

Toxemia is another name for pre-eclampsia, which is a condition some women develop during pregnancy. Up to six per cent of pregnancies are affected by mild pre-eclampsia and in one to two per cent of cases, it becomes severe. Women are more likely to develop the condition if they have diabetes, high blood pressure or kidney disease before they become pregnant…