NEWS ABOUT LEDZOKUKU KROWOR MUNICIPAL HEALTH DIRECTORATE END OF YEAR GET TOGETHER – 2010

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NEWS ABOUT LEDZOKUKU KROWOR MUNICIPAL HEALTH DIRECTORATE END OF YEAR GET TOGETHER – 2010

 

The Ledzokuku-krowor Municipal Health Directorate which oversees all the health activities in the municipality organized an end of year party for all staff in the municipality including staff of the newly inaugurated LEKMA hospital.

It was interesting to see nurses, doctors and the entire staff dancing to various tunes of music.  

The Chairperson of the occasion Dr Leticia Asomani-Wiafe, the municipal health director thanked all staff for their cooperation during the year and urged the new staff who have joined the directorate from other health facilities to work as a team in addressing the health needs of the community members as is the norm in the municipality. She said in the municipality both private and public health facilities work in harmony. The Municipal Health Director also added that gone are the days when people rejected postings to Opec clinic now LEKMA hospital but now, most people wish to be part of the team. 

The Municipal Chief Executive of LEKMA, Hon.  Daniel Amartey Mensah appealed to the staff to unite as one body and added that there might be challenges in the initial stages but with determination they can overcome them.

He pledged the Assembly would work hand in hand with the Ministry of Health and Ghana Health Service to build residential accommodation for staff of LEKMA hospital.

 He said, it is his dream that in the near future LEKMA hospital would be turned to a teaching hospital.

He also promised that apart from the hospital ambulance, the Assembly would give an additional ambulance to serve both private and public health facilities in the municipality.

Pioneers of Opec Clinic now LEKMA hospital was given awards for dedicated services rendered to serve as a motivation to other staff. The beneficiaries of the awards were Madam Peace Darko, Vida Okine, Frederick Neequaye, George Nasser, and Frank Jack. They each took home a four burner gas stove.

Madam Peace Darko who spoke on behalf of all the award winners recalled that, it was difficult when they started Opec clinic now LEKMA Hospital to the extent that, they sometimes get bored because there were not having cases and sometimes even slept but with encouragement from some officials now victory is theirs.

She reiterated that hard work pays.

Two nurses who retired in 2010 were given retirement benefit from Ledzokuku-Krowor Municipal Health staff welfare.

Source: Lekma in House Media

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