Quality of institutional care survey in Ghana

Davida Pappoe, University of Ghana
Claire E. Bailey, University of Southampton

Quality of Care Institutional Care survey in Ghana Quality of Institutional Care survey is focused on the quality of care for maternal health. It is a low-cost, rapid telephone based method of collecting data on the readiness of health facilities to provide Emergency Obstetric and Neonatal Care (EmONC) services. This survey is a pilot study being conducted in 63 health facilities in four regions of Ghana. The survey is conducted with the midwife on duty at the time of call providing a picturesque of EmONC services readiness. The results are displayed at the health facilities and district health directorate and is a source of valuable information that stimulate discussions on the quality of services provided by the health facilities among stakeholders in the health sector of the country.

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Presented in Poster Session 4