Ghana Health Service (GHS) is establishing staff clinics at regional hospitals devoted to caring for the health wants of health employees.

The Director General of the Service, Dr. Patrick Kuma Aboagye, says the transfer is to make sure that staff return to their work as shortly as doable.

He said they’ve noticed that health employees at the decrease ranges within the districts and communities who usually are not nicely may not have the ability to search care at that degree.

“So we are establishing staff clinics at the regional levels so that, irrespective of wherever you are based, you can access all the care. That is why we have asked the regional hospitals to establish staff clinics where people (health workers) can seek care quickly and go back to their work instead of coming to queue and not being known at that level”, he explained.

Ghana Health Service to establish staff clinics at regional hospitals

He requested regional health administrators in areas with out regional hospitals to establish the very best hospitals in that area and create staff clinics there.

Dr. Kuma Aboagye said the transfer, amongst other issues, would enhance staff welfare and encourage them to give off their greatest.

He spoke at the closing ceremony of the 4th affected person security and healthcare high quality convention 2022 in Sunyani within the Bono Region.

The three-day convention was under the theme “Advancing Patient Safety and Quality during Public Health Emergencies”.

Ghana Health Service to establish staff clinics at regional hospitals

It introduced collectively stakeholders and companions within the health sector to, amongst other issues, create national consciousness of affected person security and healthcare high quality, construct capability in high quality administration amongst frontline enchancment, and establish insurance policies and research gaps in affected person security and healthcare high quality in Ghana.

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