Suaman District: SDA Clinic shows appreciation to employees

The Management and committee of Seventh-Day Adventist church Clinic at Dadieso in the Suaman District of Western North region, has shown love to some of the staffs of the clinic by providing them with citations and items. 

The initiative as done firstly of the institution was to appreciate and show care to the staffs since the establishment of it.

The Physician assistance in charge of the clinic, Dr. Kofi Wiafe Akyeampong, speaking on the initiative shared: “we value and have a deep appreciation for our staff. It will be of no use if we don’t show this appreciation in action. As we expected, our male and female staffs were pleasantly surprised and we, the management, are happy we were able to give this beautiful surprise to them”.

According to the Physician assistance, the clinic since its establishment had no record on rewarding its staff, hence the initiative to boost the dutiful of the workers.

He also expressed that in terms of the clinic’s activities are running smoothly but lacks some logistics, therefore urging philanthropist, stakeholders to come to their aid despite the efforts made the church that opined to establish it.

The emerged winners were drawn from midwives, nurses, Healthcare assistants, accounts department, Pharmacy, Administrative Staff, etc.

Dr. Wiafe said management will continue to motivate the staff to give off their best to save lives and bring comfort to the sick.

Speaking with Nyamekye Radio’s Appiah Kubi, he said although the facility is facing with some challenges, abating the vision of its excellence.

On the side of the rewarded staffs, Mr. Boafo Emmanuel at the account department on behalf of the staffs showed their gratefulness to management and the committee for the initiative.

He also expressed that the motivation for rewarding some of the staffs will encourage them all to boost their dutiable activities.

By: Nyamekye Radio | Appiah-Kubi.

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