UNIMEDTHC CMD tasks workers on commitment
By Sade Adewale, ondo.
The Chief Medical Director of University of Medical Teaching Hospital (UNIMEDTHC), Dr. Oluwole Ige has tasked all health workers in the teaching hospital to be conscious of their duties saying they should be assiduous in the area of patient’s care which is the core of their responsibilities.
He said this at a meeting with all Service Points Health workers in pharmacy, almoner, records and laboratory among others at the teaching hospital.
The CMD encouraged them to embrace the new health business process in the hospital that is transparent, accountable and efficient.
Ige appealed to the staff and management of the hospital to always render selfless services to all patients irrespective of their status because “we never can tell who will be the next patient or victim.
He emphasized on the fact that, it is unethical for patients relatives to be carrying blood samples in the premises while the health attendance will be doing nothing.
Dr. Ige further disclosed that resources on ground might be scarce but he urged the management to adopt minimum cost to achieve maximum benefit and a process that could end existing system failures.
He also said that efforts were being made to improve on working condition of people in the hospital and to make the environment conducive.
The CMD therefore solicited for the cooperation of all staff to move forward the teaching hospital saying ” all hands must be on deck assuring them that the system would soon become paperless in the nearer future.
In the same vein, the Chairman Medical Advisory Committee (CMAC), Dr. Michael Gbala, lauded the staff saying “the essence of motivation cannot be overemphasized in any organization.”