ABSTRACT. Medical brain drain is a problem that involves doctors of poorer nations migrating to richer nations to seek greener pastures. This has social and economic implications on poorer nations. This paper attempts to identify the problem of Brain Drain as it occurs in Ghana, a former British colony on the West Coast of Africa. It uses the Gelinas-James Organizational Diagnostic Model to identify the key areas of the situation in the Ghana health service and its implications to the nation as a whole. It also attempts to identify ideals implied by the Gelinas-James Organizational Model in relation to the problem and make recommendations towards solving the problem. (pp. 91–102) JEL Classification: I18, I19, H51

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