As our name suggests, Sweden Ghana Medical Centre has strong ties to Sweden. We are a flagship centre in Africa to showcase the development of cancer treatment clinics with Swedish investment, expertise and support. Sweden Ghana Medical Centre is primarily owned and operated by Global Medical Investments (GMI-AB), which was founded in 2009 with the express purpose of establishing and operating cancer centers in developing countries. GMI-AB is an investment and project development company for Sweden’s development finance institution, Swedfund, partnered with Elekta, a leading innovator of equipment and software used to improve, prolong and save the lives of people with cancer and brain disorders.
Today, an all-African management team operates and runs the cancer centre. We model best practices in African healthcare management while maintaining international compliance standards. With more than US$20 Million invested in setting up Sweden Ghana Medical Centre as the foremost radiotherapy treatment facility in West Africa, GMI-AB has local Ghanaian investment partners and provides ongoing support to an all-African management team that oversees business operations. Much of the people investment has been in training the best oncology care team in West Africa. SGMC’s clinical team do work that has been showcased in leading health forums globally. Read more about Sweden Ghana Medical Centre’s leadership and teams, who are all fully dedicated to their work at the cancer centre.