The Princess Marie Louise Children’s Hospital is a healthcare institution that provides medical care and child health, family planning and nutrition services.

It was built in 1926 by Sir Gordon Guggisburg, then Governor of the Gold Coast, and was named after Princess Marie Louise, a granddaughter of Queen Victoria because she laid the foundation stone.

The facility sees children from ages 1day to 18yrs old. It is located at the central heart of Accra the Capital of Ghana, West Africa.         

The hospital enjoys a high profile within the local community, as well as having a reputation for clinical excellence in both preventive and curative medical services.