The Ho Teaching Hospital in the Volta Region has held a Thanksgiving and Carols Service to mark the end of the year.
Dr John Tampuori, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Hospital, expressed gratitude to God for his protection, care and love during the year.
He commended the Governing Board, the Management team, and the Departmental and Unit Heads and the staff for their commitment and dedication to service.
The CEO also thanked the Ministry of Health for its numerous supports to the facility and handing over to them the Infectious Disease Centre.
He disclosed that the institution’s Family Health Centre, which is presently undergoing construction, was roughly 60 per cent finished, and they were working non-stop to finish the building in time, for it to open for business in January next year.
Dr Tampuori said the Hospital would continue to improve patient care and also invest in areas currently lacking by bringing in the cadre of staff needed to provide such services.
He said though there wer
e a few flaws in the system, especially regarding the way staff interacted with clients and their families, efforts were being made to rectify the situation.
Source: Ghana News Agency