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Staff of the B-Ward of the Bamenda Regional Hospital expresses gratitude for the face-lift given the ward and pledge to handle the jewel with care.
After the face-lift given the “A”, “C”, “F” and “E” wards, of the Bamenda Regional Hospital, the B-Ward was next in line. Wednesday 17th
Bamenda Regional Hospital staff drilled on violence at work places and strategies to minimize or eliminate such practice.
During the usual scientific meetings at the Regional Hospital, the target on the 20th of September was violence or harassment at the workpla
Fleeing health workers in the Northwest Region urged to brave the odds of the current socio-political upheavals and deliver quality healthcare services
Following a call from the Minister of Public Health for health personnel in the region to continue
B-Ward gets its own fair share of renovation works following institutional analysis carried out 4 years ago
The B-ward being the children’s ward of the Regional Hospital Bamenda is the next ward
Regular blood donors to the Bamenda Regional Hospital blood bank get certificates of recognition
As a part of activities for World Blood Donor day 2018, some regular blood donors to the Bamenda Regional Hospital Blood Bank,
WORLD BLOOD DONOR DAY - Give blood. Share life.
Transfusion of blood and blood products helps save millions of lives every year. It can help patients suffering from life-threatening condit
WORLD NO TOBACCO DAY, “Tobacco and heart disease".
May 31 each year, the World Health Organisation (WHO) and partners recognize World No Tobacco Day (WNTD), highlighting the health and other
Dilapidated E-Ward Gets a new look: Director appeals patients be treated like Christ.
Some 4 years ago, the male surgical ward E-ward was ranked amongst the dirtiest wards in the Bamenda Regional Hospital.
Public Health Minister Challenges Bamenda Regional Hospital administration and staff to put more effort in the exercise of their duty despite the prevailing impasse in the North West and South West Regions of Cameroon.
The quest for quality health care services in Cameroon, the North west Region and Bamenda in particular is a concern to both the ministry of