A 60-bed capacity ultra-modern Bank of Ghana Hospital which was completed in 2017, is yet to be put to use although all major equipment and hospital material have been duly installed.
The facility, located at Cantonments in Accra, was part of a GH¢445.8 million capital expenditure commitmentsof the bank to major projects including the construction of a data center and its guest house.
Citi News gathered that the construction, which started in 2014 by the Universal Hospitals Group, was completed some three years later.
The delay in the opening of the facility for the intake of patients has thus affected its utility bills marginally, as it still pays bills for the air-conditioning among others.
Citi FM has put the spotlight on several health facilities that have either been fully or partially completed, but are not fully functional.
A typical examples is the $217 million University of Ghana Medical Centre, the first phase of which has been completed, but the facility is not in use due a tussle between the school and the Health Ministry over who should manage it.
See photos of the facility below: