Physician Assistant in-charge of the Centre, Mr. Ismael Abdul Fatah, said the situation was causing a lot of inconvenience to the sick.
The situation, he added, needed to be urgently tackled to improve the quality of care.
He broke the news at a durbar held by the management of the facility to raise funds to expand the structures.
Mr. Fatah also appealed to the National Health Insurance Authority (NHIA) to reimburse the facility for services provided to health insurance card holders.
The last time it received any payment was in July 2016.
He said the operations of the facility is being impeded as a result of the held-up funds.
Mr. Kwadwo Banahene Bediako, the District Chief Executive (DCE), praised the health workers for the good job they were doing under difficulty and trying conditions.
He gave the assurance that the facility of the assembly’s support.