Dr. Barbara Naa Chicher Entsuah is a Physician specializing in Family Medicine. She obtained her medical degree at the University of Ghana Medical School in Ghana West Africa, and did her Family Medicine Residency in Tulsa, Oklahoma. She has practiced medicine in Ghana, Liberia, Canada, and in the United States for over 30 years. She presently lives in Florida, where she has practiced medicine in the city of Clermont for over 15 years.

She loves Women’s Health and Preventive Medicine and always encourages her patients to incorporate lifestyle changes in their health management.

She is the Vice President of Gateway of Hope, Inc. a non-profit organization she co-founded with her husband to serve people in Florida, Ghana and beyond. Since 2000, she and her husband Jojo have been leading mission teams to Ghana to do free medical clinics, address women’s health issues, and present education empowerment, and sexual education to young people. Other areas include health education, work among women groups and churches the establishment of an elementary school in Boate village, in the Eastern Region of Ghana.

In Florida, she has organized health fairs and assisted other organizations reach out to the community. She is active in her local church – Faith Point Church and is involved with the Prayer, Missions and Hospitality Ministries.

She is married with three adult children, Akua, Afua and Ebo.

  • A Woman’s Guide to Her Body and Her Total Health: Take Charge of Your Health

    A Woman’s Guide to Her Body and Her Total Health has been written by Dr. Barbara Entsuah after practicing medicine for over 30 years. It is to empower women to know about their bodies, what diseases affect it and how they can both prevent these or be knowledgeable about them. It teaches among other things, how to treat minor illnesses like common cold, allergies etc at home for symptom relief and the need to see a health professional if there is no improvement thereafter. It also encourages women to be involved in their own health by knowing about their medical conditions or diseases so that visits to health providers can be meaningful as well as useful.

    Both conventional medicines and complementary/alternative medicines are addressed and awareness of medications and what indications they are being used for and side effects of different medicines are also addressed.

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