NO MORE ‘FAMILY AND FRIENDS’ DECISION MAKING AT THE QEH, CHAIRMAN VOWS IN ANNUAL REPORT
The days of connections making decisions instead of genuine wants and needs is to come to a screeching halt at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital…
Speaking before packed Flamboyant room at the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre, in relaying the Chair’s message participants and awardees learned in addition to removing nepotism there is also a plan to ensure all operating theatres will be in peak capacity; –
Another area of concern is the Accident & Emergency Department, Mr Whitehall says this is chief among the long list of ensuring the QEH regains its status as a premier medical facility; –
Nevertheless, some progress has been made in terms of how finances are managed as well as improving some basic terms of employment; –
Part of the highlights on Saturday included the induction of Mr Haresh Thani, FRCS as Honorary Consultant for his expertise in Mass Casualty Treatment. His ceremony was presented by Chief of Surgeries, Dr Tony Harris.