24/7 Emergency Hotline: +233 (0) 302 552 153
Frequently Asked Questions
We are located at Adenta-Fafraha on the Fafraha-Dodowa Road.
We offer a wide range of healthcare services, including primary care, specialty care, maternity care, dental care, urgent care, and emergency care.
You can schedule an appointment by calling our office or by using our online appointment booking system.
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Yes. We accept NHIS and other private insurance.
Our pediatrics clinic currently runs every Tuesday. You can call to book an appointment
We have General Doctors 24 hours a day. While walk-ins are accepted for emergency care, it is generally recommended to schedule appointment with our Specialist for non-emergency medical services
- Morming: 5:30am – 6:30am
- Afternoon: 12:30pm – 1:30pm
- Evening: 5:00pm – 6:00pm
Yes, we accept most major insurance plans. We recommend contacting your insurance provider to verify coverage before seeking medical services.
Yes, Mother-Love Hospital provides a secure online means where patients can access their medical records and test results through mail
Yes, at Mother-Love Hospital, we have a pharmacy that provides prescription medications and other pharmaceutical services to patients.
Yes, Mother-Love Hospital provides parking facilities for patients and visitors. There may be designated areas for different types of vehicles.
Yes, we have a fully-equipped emergency room that operates 24/7 to provide immediate care for medical emergencies.
We value your feedback and encourage you to share your experience with us. You can provide feedback through our website, social media channels.
You can contact our client service department directly, or by calling 0501448534 or 0501448533.
No, at Mother-Love Hospital, we do not provide medical advice or prescriptions online. It is essential to consult with our healthcare professionals in person for accurate diagnosis and treatment.
Absolutely. We believe in giving back to the community. Our hospital actively participates in health camps, awareness drives, and educational initiatives.