The Teshie General Hospital which is expected to be completed in October will also include an Anti-malaria Research Unit and a Scientific Herbal Treatment Research Center.
The $10 million hospital facility, being financed through a grant from the Chinese government and is about 86 per cent complete will also have a special unit for maternal and child health care.
President John E.A Mills in April last year cut the sod for the commencement of the 100-bed hospital project.
The project when completed would be one of the best hospitals in the country and also ease the pressure on the La General Hospital.
At an inspection visit to ascertain the level of progress of work on the project, the Deputy Minister of Health (MOH), Robert Joseph Mettle-Nunoo said the anti-malaria centre would help to deal promptly with malaria cases.
The Minister who was accompanied by the Deputy Minister for Youth and Sports, Nii Nortey Dua, the Municipal Chief Executive of the Ledzokuku-Krowor Municipal Assembly, Daniel Amartey Mensah, and some senior officials of the MOH said malaria was one major killer disease claiming the lives of many Africans.
Mr Mettle-Nunoo said Ghana had been in forefront against the fight of malaria, citing the Noguchi Memorial Centre as a case in point.
On the herbal treatment centre, the Minister said it was the policy of the Ministry of Health to promote the use of herbal medicines alongside orthodox medicines.
Mr Mettle-Nunoo said some of the facilities provided in the design of the hospital include full medical, out-patient unit, two operating theaters and a radiology unit.
He said the hospital would be fitted with a CT-Scan, saying the Teshie Hospital was the first district hospital to have that facility.
The Deputy Minister said currently there were about 391 ongoing hospital projects at various levels of completion and said the government would ensure they were all completed.
Mr Dua who is also the Member of Parliament for Ledzokuku Constituency said the Teshie Hospital was the first infrastructural project the president cut sod to commence.
He said the project showed the commitment the current government attaches to healthcare.
Mr Dua commended the China Geo-Engineering Corporation for expediting action on the project, saying he was impressed about the level of work on the project.
Mr Mensah pledged a tract of land for staff bungalows and future expansion of the hospital.
He commended the government for sending the project there and pledged to ensure that it was completed on schedule.
The Economic Counselor at the Chinese Embassy, Hu Yujie in his remarks said the hospital would bring medical relief to the people in Teshie, Nungua and its environs.
He said the project would be officially handed over to government in October, saying by that times all the hospital equipment would have been installed and the place well landscaped.
Mr Yujie said a team of specialist Chinese Medical staff would be sent to Ghana to work at the hospital.