Elliot Koranteng Tannor, MD
Elliot Koranteng Tannor, MD, is a Senior Specialist Physician, a Nephrologist and an Adjunct Lecturer of the School of Medical Sciences in Kumasi, Ghana. He is a Fellow of both the West African College of Physicians and the International Society of Nephrology. As a Strategic Management Consultant, researcher, health promotor and educator, Elliot is passionate about kidney disease prevention in Ghana and Africa. He has written articles that have been published in peer review journals, online media portals, and has been featured in countless churches, radio and television stations programs advocating on the prevention of kidney disease in Ghana. He organizes free health screening for disadvantaged populations and educates all on kidney disease prevention as most of his patients are unable to afford kidney disease treatment due to health inequity. His vision is to see a health sector devoid of health inequity.
Fellowship Focus: Social factors contributing to health inequity in the prevention and management of kidney diseases to improve outcomes.