The office which was built by the past John Mahama organization has been lying inert since his legislature was booted out in December, 2016.
This prompted a few promotion and disturbances by common society bunches for it to be operational to the overall population.
The office was planned to open in November 2017, yet was kept bolted to the general population because of a tussle between the Minister of Health and the University of Ghana over who deals with the $217 million office.
The legislature along these lines set up the between time load up to operationalise the office.
The Board, chaired by Dr. Anarfi Asamoah-Baah, was to liaise with the turnkey contractor, to test run the equipment and operationalise the facility.
The centre is expected to begin with the operationalization of phase one, with about 30 medical staff.
This stage will allow the facility to receive referral patients at the Out Patient Department OPD from other satellite health facilities.
Cabinet has already approved $50 million for the second phase of the centre.