An old student of Tema Secondary School and a certificate holder from the School of Medical Laboratory Technology (SMLT), Korle – Bu, FBK Sorvor has a BSc. in Medical Laboratory Science (Microbiology) from University of Ghana School of Allied Health Science, MPhil. Chemical Pathology and Executive Masters in Leadership and Governance from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) and Central University respectively.
After a one-year mandatory internship at the Korle – Bu Teaching Hospital (KBTH), he worked with Dr. Morton Memorial Hospital at Adabraka before being employed into the Ghana Health Service as Medical Laboratory Technician. His first work station was at the Onchocerciasis Chemotherapy Research Centre (OCRC) in Hohoe. He has since worked with the Obuasi Government Hospital, Konongo – Odumasi Government Hospital and the Public Health Reference Laboratory in the Ashanti region.
A member and a foundation fellow of the West African Postgraduate College of Medical Laboratory Science (FWAPCMLS –Chem. Path), Felix is a great team player and has outstanding leadership and communication skills which energizes any workforce around him for success.
Prior to his appointment as the National Laboratory Focal Person of the Programme, he was the coordinator of the External Quality Assurance (EQA) assessment for TB microscopy laboratories in the Ashanti region. Having taught as a part – time lecturer at the DHI College of Health in Kumasi in the Ashanti region, his interpersonal relationship cuts across the age group. He is a member of the International Federation of Biomedical Laboratory Scientists (IFBLS), the International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease (IUATLD) and the Allied Health Profession Council as a licenced Medical Laboratory Scientist.
As National Laboratory Focal Person of the National TB Control Programme, he superintends over all Tuberculosis laboratories and their activities across the country including the coordination of TB microscopy, culture & drug susceptibility testing (DST) and molecular testing in the country.
He is married to Mrs. Elizabeth Sorvor and has three children; Selase Eyram Ama Sorvor, Delali Dziewornu Kofi Sorvor and Senanu Dzidzor Kwami Sorvor.