Euracare is thrilled to share the groundbreaking achievement of its Medical Director, Dr. Benjamin Dabo Sarkodie. The University of Ghana Medical School has conferred the title of Associate Professor of Interventional Radiology upon Dr. Sarkodie, a first in Ghana’s medical history.
Dr. Sarkodie’s journey began with academic excellence, earning his Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, Ghana. He completed his Diagnostic Radiology fellowship at Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital. Driven by a global quest for knowledge, Dr. Sarkodie secured prestigious sub-specialization fellowships from multiple institutions: the University of Pennsylvania, USA, Singapore General Hospital, and Seoul National University, South Korea.
At Euracare, Dr. Sarkodie’s visionary leadership has been transformative. As Head of Radiology and later as Medical Director, he has navigated the hospital towards unparalleled growth and excellence in advanced diagnostics and care. His expertise has played a critical role in establishing Euracare as a pioneer of several interventional radiology procedures, notably brain aneurysm coiling. This has solidified its reputation as a hub for cutting-edge minimally invasive interventions in West Africa.
This significant appointment underscores Dr. Sarkodie’s unparalleled expertise and emphasizes Euracare’s commitment to nurturing top-tier medical talent. As Vice President of the Ghana Association of Radiologists, Dr. Sarkodie’s influence promises continued advancements in the field, further elevating both Euracare’s stature and Ghana’s healthcare trajectory.
Congratulations, Prof. Benjamin Sarkodie! Your story is an inspiration, a testament to the power of dedication and vision. With each pioneering procedure, you write a new chapter in Ghana’s healthcare narrative, one filled with hope for a brighter, healthier future – a future where excellence thrives.