In response to accusations that hospital staff may have played a role in the distribution of a photo of the late Rep. Jay Nagbe Sloh on his deathbed, administrators at the John F. Kennedy Memorial Medical Center are blaming family members for the incident.
A delegation of three from the Republic of Guinea is in the country to sympathize with the government and families of the 26 young Muslim scholars and their teacher who died in a recent fire disaster in Paynesville.
Family members of a woman who died in July as a result of a retained placenta after giving birth in Grand Bassaâ€™s second district are calling for an overhaul of the countryâ€™s health system to better serve the public.
Technicians of the Liberia Water and Sewer Corporation are working to repair the damaged 36-in transmission pipe that carries water to Paynesville, Congo Town, and Monrovia.
On Tuesday, December 18, the government decided to waive medical bills totaling L$1,628,725 (US$10,308) for 35 patients at the John F. Kennedy Medical Center.
On October 13, three toddlers suffering from congenital heart defects departed Liberia to undergo surgery at the Cuomo Centre for Pediatric Cardiology in Dakar, Senegal.
Since the Liberia Eye Medical Center was established in 2017 at the John F. Kennedy Medical Center, at least ten specialists have performed a range of eye surgeries at the center.
Dr. Sia Wata Camanor has been appointed as the chief medical officer of the John F. Kennedy Medical Center.