HeFRA closes unlicensed health facilities in Kumasi
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HeFRA closes unlicensed health facilities in Kumasi


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Four unlicensed health facilities in the Kumasi metropolis have been closed down by the Health Facilities Regulatory Agency in a special operation on Monday, February 22, 2021.
HeFRA was established in 2011 by the Health Institutions and Facilities Act, 2011, to license health facilities for the provision of public and private health care services.
He said HeFRA was determined to go after unlicensed health facilities and called for the cooperation and support of the public to sanitize the system.


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