News by VINCENT KWEKU AFRIYIE
As part of the activities to improve quality health delivery to the people of Ajumako-Bisease and it’s environs, the Bisease Polyclinic has undergone performance review for the year.
The activity is dubbed: Peer Review Facility Performance 2022
In a programme organised on Thursday, September 29, at the hospital premise, officials of Ghana Health at the Regional and District directorates together with workers from sister health facilities in Central Region took time to inspect and analyse the activities.
The programme also brought the various stakeholders in health delivery together. Officials from the National Ambulance Service and Ghana National Fire Service, Pastors, volunteering groups and the media were present to take part in performing the task.Chairman for the occasion, Apostle Robert Aidoo
The chairman for the occasion, Apostle Robert Aidoo of the Christian Faith Church International, promised to meet all other stakeholders in Ajumako-Bisease, especially the traditional authority and colleague ministers to find the support they can offer the facility.
“I am going talk to all the stakeholders and I’m happy the representative of the traditional authority is here. I will meet them and the clergy to see how we can support the facility,” he said in his remarks.Dr Justice Akofi Holison with the Administrator of Bisease Polyclinic during the inspection
The medical superintendent of the facility, Dr Justice Akofi Holison, said the facility is challenged with space and appealed to the public to come to their aid.
He explained that the wards are congested because they have added extra beds to the number that are required in each room.
The former assembly member for Odumasi-Dwenase Electoral Area who is also a volunteer worker of Ghana Health Service, Hon Albert Okyere on his part, expressed his satisfaction with the work done by the facility since it’s establishment.
The 190 bed capacity facility, established in 2018, is serving a projected population of 24,862. It also serves three other CHPs zones in Anyinasu, Obrawogum and Kokoben.Computation of marks by the inspection team.
This year, the facility scored 77.7%, the highest so far since since 2020 and a tremendous improvement of last year. The facility scored 76% and 64.5% in 2020 and 2021 respectively.