UGMC Doctor

Dr. Godfred Takyi


Adaptable health care administrator accustomed to the integration of new health care delivery systems and restructuring of work and in an increasingly complex regulatory environment.
 An emergency medicine fellow with over 12 years working actively in the medical field ensuring high standards of culturally competent care for a wide variety of patients with diverse needs and providing emergency medical care direction for the University of Ghana Medical Centre, Legon. Immediate past Northern Regional Coordinator for the National Ambulance Service. Immediate past Head of Accident and Emergency department of the Tamale Teaching Hospital, Tamale.


  • Ghana Medical and Dental Council Permanent Registration (up to date)
  • Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery MBChB    - (2006)
  • Bachelor of Medical Science (October 2002)
  • Part I (Membership) Ghana College of Physicians and Surgeons-Faculty of Emergency Medicine: September 2010.
  • Part II (Membership) Ghana College of Physicians and Surgeons-Faculty of Emergency Medicine: September 2012.
  • Fellow, faculty of emergency medicine, Ghana College of Physicians and Surgeons: September 2017


  • Member, Ghana Medical Association
  • Member, Ghana Medical & Dental Council
  • Member, African Federation for Emergency Medicine (AFEM)
  • Chairman, Doctors association of TTH (DATTH) August 2015 


  • Trauma & injury prevention and contributing factors
  • Emergency ultrasound and Critical care  
  • Emergency Medical Services (EMS)


  • Evaluation of a patient resource and empowerment tool, the traffic light diabetes records booklet: a preliminary report. This was a poster presentation at the 18th international diabetes federation congress in France.
  • Poster presentation at the first African emergency medicine conference in Accra: an assessment of health-seeking behaviours of patients presenting to the KATH ED, 30th October to November 1st, 2012.
  • Co-author for AFEM handbook of acute and emergency care      January 2013
  • Solomon Gumanga, Godfred Takyi, Hakeem Ofosu, Sunday Imogie, Bill Koomson: catamenial haemothorax masquerading pulmonary tuberculosis? A case report of a 28-year-old woman who presented with recurrent haemothorax and empyema thoracis (American Journal of medical case reports. 2015, vol. 3 no. 11, 362-366) doi: 10.12691/ajmcr-3-11-4