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Hello! What is the cost for the Medical Examination in Accra? What is the application cost, please?

I noticed that in the list there is an indication of $400 for the medical exam - is that correct? we have my fiance and three children!

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The medical exam fee is 400GHc at The Holy Trinity Hospital, so its just like $250.


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i did my medicals at Akai house and its so far costing me over 400GHC. i have had a bunch of those vaccines when i was a college student, but they totally ignored all of them and gave me everything allover again. i actually have to go back for second dose of vaccines again - i am required to bring 33GHC. sigh :huh:

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same thing for us- since the records were not kept great- you can have a test done to see if they have had the vaccine- costs more then having it redone.

Just for you to know when you do AOS tetenal what is usually given in Ghana is the same as Td or tetanus so don't let the civil surgeon screw you out of more money here- I made him get out his book to prove it to him...

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same thing for us- since the records were not kept great- you can have a test done to see if they have had the vaccine- costs more then having it redone.

Just for you to know when you do AOS tetenal what is usually given in Ghana is the same as Td or tetanus so don't let the civil surgeon screw you out of more money here- I made him get out his book to prove it to him...

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same thing for us- since the records were not kept great- you can have a test done to see if they have had the vaccine- costs more then having it redone.

Just for you to know when you do AOS tetenal what is usually given in Ghana is the same as Td or tetanus so don't let the civil surgeon screw you out of more money here- I made him get out his book to prove it to him...

i have my vaccination card in great condition!! it shows clearly the vaccine and when i had them. i just think the hospital is just trying to make as much money as possible from me. i didnt want to argue with them so i let it go.

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I heard u can be denied if u used ur old vaccine records my husband is in the gh military and clearly he has to have all of the vaccines to serve as a,peacekeeper, but I think being that theres so much bribery going on the u.s embassy trust those two hospitals well u.s government pointed hospitals and clinics

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I heard u can be denied if u used ur old vaccine records my husband is in the gh military and clearly he has to have all of the vaccines to serve as a,peacekeeper, but I think being that theres so much bribery going on the u.s embassy trust those two hospitals well u.s government pointed hospitals and clinics

you know, you are probably right but i had do my medicals when i was going to college in the US...so the embassy had to approve it and they did, but now the hospital doesn't want to accept what the embassy once accepted before allowing me to go to my college. anyway i just dont want any problems..so i just went ahead and did it.

it just makes me wonder..

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