Anthony Adofo Ofosu
Anthony Ofosu is a public health physician from Ghana West Africa. with interest in delivering health care to remote rural communities and using information communication technology to address service bottlenecks.
He attended the University of Ghana Medical School and University of Ghana School of Public Health, where he obtained his medical degree and master’s in public health degree respectively. He was a Population and Leadership Fellow at the University of Washington Seattle from 2001-2002. He holds a Master’s degree in Epidemiology from the London School of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. He is a fellow of the Ghana College of Physicians.
He has co-authored and published peer reviewed articles on utilization of health care by rural communities and the brain drain of physicians from West Africa among others. He has worked as a district doctor working in a district Hospital and he has also worked as a District Director of Health Services in two rural districts in the Brong-Ahafo Region in Ghana. He is currently the Deputy Director-General of the Ghana Health Service.
He is married with four children. He is bible believing charismatic Christian who worships with the International Central Gospel Church in Ghana.