IFC Partners BRP to Enable Ghanaians Access to Quality Medical Diagnostics
Thousands of Ghanaians will benefit from a partnership announced today between the International Finance Corporation (IFC) and South African radiology specialist Bergman, Ross and Partners Incorporated (BRP).
The partnership will help increase access to world-class medical diagnostic services, such as, COVID-19, tuberculosis, and other respiratory illnesses.
IFC will invest $3 million in Quest Medical Imaging (QMI) Ghana, which is mainly controlled by BRP, as part of the cooperation.
The funds will be used to enable QMI construct additional medical diagnostic facilities in Accra to complement an existing facility that offers ultrasound, fluoroscopy, digital X-ray, 3D mammography, computed tomography (CT), and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).
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