Prof. Josiah Alamu from University of Illinois, Springfield, and Georgia Wilson of Hospitals Sisters Mission Outreach, Springfield, Illinois paid a courtesy call on the Volta Regional Minister Dr Archibald Letsa to inform him of their presence in the region.They made known their intention of making available some medical supplies and equipment to health facilities in the region free of charge.According to them, health facilities would have to select the supplies and equipment from an inventory that Hospital Sisters Mission Outreach has.In addition, they revealed that they could make available some Biomedical Engineers to fix/install the equipment and also enhance the capacity of their counterparts in the region.The two were led by Prof. Francis Zotor, the International Program Director of University of Health and Allied Sciences (UHAS) to pay the courtesy call.Present were representatives of the Regional Directorate of Ghana Health Services (GHS), the Acting Chief Executive of the Ho Teaching Hospital, the Dean of UHAS Medical School, and the President of Rotary Club, Ho.The medical needs of the Teaching Hospital, health facilities under GHS and the Medical School were discussed.The Minister welcomed the team on behalf of the Co-ordinating Council and assured the team from USA that our doors were opened to them.Dr Letsa expressed his appreciation to them for the intention of shipping some medical supplies and equipment to the region.Dr Letsa requested that they consider sending some CT Scanners to the Teaching Hospital, and the Hospital at Hohoe.The Minister finally assured them of the support of the Council in getting the supplies and equipment to the region.The team from USA was happy with how the Minister agreed to meet them even at the shortest notice.They were equally happy that the major stakeholders were present at the meeting.Hopefully, the Volta Region shall take delivery of some medical supplies and equipment from the Outreach soon.