Pantang Hospital is the third of the three psychiatric hospitals in Ghana. It is the largest and was commissioned in 1975 by General I. K. Acheampong. Pantang Hospital was built as a 500-bed facility with a Pan-African Mental Health Village in mind. The hospital is situated close to the Pantang village, about 1.6 kilometres off the Accra- Aburi road and 25 kilometres from Central Accra.
Headed by a Ghanaian Psychiatrist, Dr.Sika-Nartey after its commissioning, the facility has provided first class psychiatric care to several clients in and around the Pantang village, neighbouring Aburi and into the hinterland. Unfortunately, the dream to have a Pan-African Mental Health Village did not materialise as the visionary was ousted in another coup d’etat, and since then no government saw the need to complete the vision that would bring into being Africa’s all purpose psychiatric facility, which would spearhead the growth of psychiatric facilities and the development in mental healthcare within the sub-region.