WHARTON SCHOOL, UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA, USA VISITS PRESBYTERIAN HOSPITAL, AGOGO
A group of forty-five (45) full time and executive MBA students, led by Prof. Stephen Sammut and Prof. Hummy Song visited Presbyterian hospital, Agogo on 10th March, 2022 under the university’s Global Modular Course: Healthcare and business in Ghana. The Global Modular Courses (GMCs) undertaken by Wharton School is an activity that helps students understand applicable business opportunities and practices through hands-on and team-based immersive learning in geographic locations relevant to the subject matter.
This visit was through the recommendation and suggestion from the university’s course Coordinator and Dean, Daniel Ansong at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), who indicated Presbyterian hospital, Agogo as an essential visit for its students. The Ag. Head of Administration, Ms. Belinda Bulley welcomed the team on behalf of the General Manager, Mr. Alex Kesse Nyamesa.
She expressed appreciation to the Wharton Global Initiatives office for acknowledging the diligent work of Presbyterian hospital, Agogo and choosing the hospital to contribute to the school’s academic excellence.
A presentation was made for the team, introducing them to the health role and operations of the hospital in the Asante Akyem area. The entry conference was then followed by a tour through the hospital to educate the team on the operations of the hospital.
Ms. Belinda Bulley said the hospital was delighted to pitch in the university’s initiative to extend its academic scope. She also talked about Presbyterian hospital Agogo, being a hospital that immensely supports health researches and reassured the hospital’s support and cooperation in future relations with the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, USA.