A/R: GHS holds orientation and capacity building for new hospital administrators

A/R: GHS holds orientation and capacity building for new hospital administrators

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The Ghana Health Services in collaboration with its partners (USAID, PEPFAR and JSI) has today, 5th July 2023, began an orientation and capacity building programme for newly appointed hospital administrators in Kumasi, the capital of the Ashanti Region.

They are 93 newly approved administrators by government under the Ghana Health Services and Teaching Hospital Act (525) and are the first batch of hospital administrators.

They will be the managers of the various hospitals in Ghana. They are also responsible for the coordination and the activities of the hospital and they are to ensure quality health care delivery.

Dr. Anthony Adofo Ofosu, the Deputy Director General Ghana Health Services urged Health Workers to communicate very well and involve their clients in the whole care management for them to understand their services so that they can have options in particular conditions.

He then urged the administrator to facilitate some this processes so that there won’t be some issues which will end up in courts.

He finally cautioned health workers to follow the necessary protocols especially for managing patients in our various hospitals.

Dr. Ebo Hammond, Director Health Administration and Support Services GHS, said that the expectation for these administrators is to put patients first in every activities they embark.

He added that, they should make sure that their respective stations should have quality healthcare services for their patients with any medico legal issues and must coordinate activities effectively to ensure that nothing happens.

Dr. Emmanuel Tenkorang, the Ashanti Regional Health Director, also threw his support for them and urged them to do the work effectively in their various hospitals.

Health Personnel’s in Ghana are now leaving their jobs to seek greener pastures outside the country.

The state is now alarming and high people in the health system has expressed their worry about the situation.
Muse to this, the Ashanti Regional Director of GHS, Dr. Emmanuel Tenkorang has also expressed his worry about the situation.

Dr. Emmanuel Tenkorang explained that their analysis at the first quarter of the year indicate that about 304 of their staffs has requested for leave without pay. Which means that they have left the service.

According to him, additional information he has shows that most of them has left the country to seek greener pastures outside the country.

He stressed that they are very skillful and experienced staffs, which have the right knowledgeable skills and attitude to provide the service.

He described the state as being worrying although he said the government is putting up health infrastructures but may face shortage of human resource.

Dr. Tenkorang revealed that because of such situations, there have been an active recruitment which the Ashanti has gotten over 500 new health personnels to fill the holes left.

He then encouraged the health personnel’s to be more patriotic and stay on to work in the country because the people needs them.

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