We Are Opened From Monday-Saturday
Time: 8:00am - 6:00pm
Tamale Urology and Modern Surgical Centre recognizes the value of each person and is guided by a commitment to excellence.
We provide exemplary care for our patients and their families. We balance the commitment of care for those most in need with the provision of highly specialized services to all categories of patients. We achieve this by creating a working environment where each individual is valued, respected and encouraged to grow professionally in order to deliver excellent health care.
We collaborate with academic institutions and tertiary health facilities as well as providers of primary health care, in order to achieve goals set by the Ministry of Health of Ghana. Our Physicians, nurses, allied staff and partners are committed to serving all without regard to age, colour, creed or gender whilst upholding professional ethics.
To deliver quality care through quick access to modern services in a hygienic and infection free environment, offered by well trained and motivated professional staff and tailored to each individual patient.
Le Mete Ghana is a registered Non-Governmental Organization (NGO), Not for Profit Organization (NPO) in Ghana. It was incorporated at the Registrar General’s Department of Ghana on 13th November 2012 (appendix 1) and given a certificate to commence business on 26th November 2012 (appendix 2).
The main objectives are to promote health, to provide direct medical assistance to needy and vulnerable groups such as children and women and to support the education of needy children and young health professionals.
Le Mete NGO Ghana and its sister organization based in Italy, Le Mete Onlus Italia and other Italian collaborators, has completed a project in Tamale to provide a modern centre for surgical treatment of urological, pelvic floor, as well as other surgical diseases. The centre serves as a training ground for doctors and nurses in modern surgical diagnosis and treatment thereby meeting one of its main objectives – to offer training for medical and nursing students from various training institutions.
The surgical centre was inaugurated on 21st May 2016. The theatre has been christened ‘Simone Alcuri Centre’