Dr. Daniel Yebo-Medicine in Ghana
Student assisting Ghanaian with blood pressure
Date and TimeThursday, November 16, 2017
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
- Honors College
- Niemeyer Multipurpose Room
Dr. Daniel Yebo (MD) is a Medical Officer, currently working at the Trauma & Specialist Hospital, Winneba in Ghana. With over four years of experience, he has managed all kinds of medical and surgical cases, some meant to be handled by specialists only.
He’s also worked with LDS Charities in collaboration with “Ghana Makes a Difference” to bring free health care to the underprivileged in society.
Despite several challenges life has thrown at him, including being homeless at a point, he graduated with MBchB from the University of Ghana Medical School (UGMS) and with an honor of Prof. E.A Badoe Prize in Surgery, 2013.
He’s people centered and loves humanity.
He will be talking about his life experiences and practicing medicine in Ghana. Dr. Yebo serves as a site supervisor for GVSU students who study abroad with the Ghana-Honors trip.
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