Kwadaso Municipal Health Directorate holds Annual Performance Review Meeting.

The Municipal Health Director, Madam Grace Billy has reiterated the importance of collaboration and partnership in improving the health outcomes of the numerous communities in the Kwadaso Municipal Assembly of the Ashanti Region.

The Director, addressing stakeholders and participants during its 2022 Annual Performance Review Meeting held at the Kwadaso Municipal Health Directorate on Thursday, March 9, 2023 under the theme “Improving Network of Practice and Partnership for Continuity of Care: the Role of Stakeholders in Health” said, her office is committed to improving the health outcomes of residents in the area by continually “liaising with the necessary stakeholders and players in the sector”.

Describing the Performance Review Meeting, the third of its kind, as a resounding success, key achievements were highlighted in the various areas of health care as it provided the requisite platform for participants to outline their successes and discuss the challenges facing the sector.

Chairman of the event and Gynaecologist at the Kwadaso SDA Hospital, Dr. Adu, encouraged health practitioners to prioritise issues of HIV/TB and Maternal and Child Health as has been the case at the Kwadaso SDA Hospital and Hopexchange Medical Centre respectively.

To him, eradicating the aforementioned health related issues will directly promote the fortunes of the municipality and create a healthier environment for people to thrive.

The meeting also offered the DDHS an opportunity to update the participants on the latest developments in the fight against COVID-19 by focusing on the gains made and the challenges that must be tackled in curbing the pandemic especially in the Kwadaso Municipality.

On the other hand, a representative of the Health Information Office, Dominic Nyarko, provided valuable insights into how the health sector can improve its performance by using holistic assessment indicators.

Climaxing activities at the event, individuals and facilities were awarded for their selfless services to their clients. In that vein, Dr. Kwakye Marfo, a veteran medical practitioner, encouraged the directorate to continue awarding hard working staff as a means of motivation to spur the nurses and doctors to give off their best in the line of duty.

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