Table 3

Inputs reductions and/or output increases needed to make individual inefficient health centres efficient

Inefficient health centres

Non-clinical staff

Clinical staff

Beds and cots

Recurrent expenditure

Out-patients

Immunis-ation

Family planning

ANC

Delivery


Paga

4

9

6

51,108,079

15,990

8,426

1,685

1,423

303

Ahenkro

4

3

4

42,543,020

7,417

1,568

746

584

240

Zongoire

2

3

2

13,307,795

3,621

3,020

1,037

245

71

Fumbisi

3

6

4

38,571,363

7,272

5,261

990

1,236

472

Akomadan

7

4

7

92,717,275

7,895

1,471

651

1,677

1,006

Namoo

3

5

3

37,013,661

10,807

2,738

1,198

774

153

Nnadieso

3

2

3

16,600,000

3,209

981

485

509

132

Kwanuoma

2

2

3

12,466,000

1,479

559

297

230

126

Kumawu

6

7

6

73,724,832

17,382

4,187

1,306

1,411

599

Workambo

4

6

4

39,998,716

11,867

9,246

972

696

334

Kneast

4

10

4

29,855,715

8,789

10,290

2,350

1,020

202

Kpedze

3

4

5

7,520,000

2,522

542

1,565

371

55

Abofour

7

7

5

68,759,850

7,230

2,564

1,544

1,423

810

Loggu

3

4

5

12,118,005

3,396

1,039

1,251

779

66

Dodome

1

2

1

6,970,000

1,214

156

335

162

41

Zuarungu

4

10

4

33,105,590

9,496

8,505

2,652

874

230

Zorko

3

7

3

23,377,608

6,207

4,942

1,335

998

318

Mpasaso

2

5

4

23,114,164

4,157

2,167

3,136

674

70

Antoakro

2

3

4

20,949,800

3,413

1,078

1,140

588

209

Betiako

5

3

2

21,959,614

5,094

1,226

901

571

140

Jamasi

6

9

5

60,174,217

23,829

6,065

1,775

1,224

317

Boanim

3

2

7

33,591,124

4,824

330

530

941

283

Mamfo

3

3

2

14,311,650

2,144

1,439

2,012

310

27

Chuchuliga

2

6

7

24,090,119

7,917

5,310

1,229

794

126

Jachie

4

6

8

62,867,862

10,236

2,162

1,492

3,205

342

Wechiau

3

3

4

16,560,350

5,524

2,645

720

830

95

Bompata

3

5

6

33,714,200

12,797

2,613

1,083

1,067

206

Subriso

2

3

2

11,294,000

1,846

586

1,637

244

42

Jang

2

4

3

16,845,992

3,598

555

1,978

662

151

Kaleo

4

6

4

21,124,022

9,004

4,205

1,510

499

151

Edubia

5

7

7

57,112,489

15,602

3,649

2,154

2,066

233

Bugri

3

6

6

49,732,000

7,641

9,867

1,018

1,405

482

Shama

2

5

5

29,226,500

5,837

4,359

838

907

378

Semum

2

4

3

11,985,850

2,948

996

542

510

225

Dapuori

1

2

4

11,370,600

3,017

195

521

544

52

Yaala

2

3

3

9,200,828

2,924

1,058

906

326

71

Boamang

4

7

5

49,903,750

13,700

7,261

1,311

1,024

466

Adahlu

3

3

2

10,545,264

2,578

531

1,046

414

117

Kona

4

4

7

53,357,727

10,072

1,848

835

1,285

482

Matse

2

2

2

5,518,858

1,388

406

264

144

45

Kanjarga

2

4

5

20,544,530

7,845

4,002

601

996

130

Kundungu

2

3

4

14,366,000

3,630

371

963

859

53

Foase

4

7

6

60,180,267

14,140

7,961

1,249

1,699

478

Issa

3

4

5

32,297,027

7,170

1,392

2,363

953

144

Shia

3

4

6

16,514,048

4,940

834

1,893

629

85

Agorve

2

5

3

22,675,250

4,878

954

2,605

748

176

Suromu

4

7

4

44,630,570

14,899

3,679

1,294

1,461

193

Helfi

3

4

3

12,298,900

2,345

528

2,094

376

84

Azolokpu

2

2

5

9,400,000

3,246

359

435

521

61

Ofoase

3

3

6

34,056,026

7,361

1,748

660

1,036

222

Banka

2

4

3

26,294,600

3,893

3,830

605

547

342

Abore

3

6

3

35,243,950

7,992

2,289

1,025

1,031

458

Charia

2

4

5

20,330,624

6,935

2,559

751

800

202

Nabulo

2

3

3

10,068,320

2,759

942

997

417

77

Dwendwenas

2

2

3

13,516,870

3,068

897

524

463

62

Fian

3

3

5

8,038,815

3,282

282

667

462

66

Kyekyew

4

7

4

41,176,000

7,986

3,856

1,397

1,297

493

Tetrem

3

4

4

35,350,000

5,682

1,202

1,726

851

317


Total

180

266

248

1,705,290,285

397,936

163,734

70,827

49,793

13,513


*Inter-bank exchange rate of the cedi (local currency) to the US dollar in 2004 was ยข8,500 to US$1

Akazili et al. BMC International Health and Human Rights 2008 8:11   doi:10.1186/1472-698X-8-11

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