QHA will be the leader in improving and strengthening Africa’s health outcomes through our facility renovation, specialty programs, our community responsive, culturally competent, patient care, education, and clinical research programs.We aspire to be one of the Africa’s hospitals which captures the synergy in being both an excellent institution, an innovative, and community oriented Organization. QHA will set the standard for excellence in quality and patient safety in hospitals all over Africa.
Quality We provide the quality services to all people.
Stewardship We develop and manage our human, financial, material and other resources to benefit and support those we serve.
Accountability We are responsible for our actions and focus on how each person can contribute to the success of the organization.
Collaboration We work as a team and partner with other organizations to benefit our patients, their families and the community.
Respect We treat all people with compassion, concern, fairness and equity.
Excellence We strive each day to constantly improve all aspects of Quality Health Africa and the services we provide to our patients.
Dignity We acknowledge the uniqueness of each person honoring their inherent value and worth.
QHA was founded by Erwin Boateng, USMC. Erwin Boateng was born and spent much of his childhood in Bosuso, Ghana. After immigrating to Italy then to America, Erwin retained his cultural and familial connections to Ghana, leading to his desire to engage in community, social and economic development initiatives. After losing his aunt to breast cancer in 2010, Erwin felt compelled to use his professional and global leadership experience acquired while serving in the U.S. Marine Corps to improve the quality of life for people in underprivileged communities in Africa. In 2013, Erwin, founded Quality Health Africa.To learn about the Team click here
To achieve our goals of expanding access to quality preventative, diagnosis, and public awareness campaigns, QHA has established strategic alliances with a number of health organizations, corporations and volunteers around the world.