A call has gone out to the entire members of staff to be more diligent, devoted and dedicated in their various areas of assignments just as the management is puting the issue of their welfare and conducive working environment on the front burner.
The Medical Director Professor Adewale Musa-Olomu made the call at the commissioning of two unit of electric powered and a vehicular ambulances.
The Medical Director who went down the memory lane recalled with nostalgia that his first two weeks in office were spent in identifying the problems facing the Centre which among others were erratic water supply, electricity, oxygen, inadequate office space and shortage of ambulance. He expressed happiness that all the issues have been resolved.
He further stated that the Centre had been procuring brand new ambulances since 2021 and that this trend will continue till the expiration of his tenure.
On the issue of staff welfare, the Medical Director disclosed that two brand new cars were recently purchased for two members of hospital management committee, assuring that a similar gesture will be extended to other management staff.
He stressed that plans are on-going to provide buses for transporting staff to and from work at a subsidized rate to cushion the effect of the fuel hike.
The Head of Clinical Services Dr .A. S. Adediran in his speech thanked the Medical Director for the great feat and encouraged him to continue to be himself so as to maintain the superlative performance.
The Director of Administration Mr .A. O Vaughan and Head of Nursing Services, Mrs. R.A Ashimi delightfully noted that the provision of the ambulances will improve the standard of service health care delivery services and ease the stress of commuting patients within the Centre.
The union leaders who were present at the event spoke in the same vein.