Sheppy hospital wins awards

2016-06-16 06:00
PHOTO: SUPPLIED At the awards (from left) Nursing Deputy manager T.G. Mkhize, Ntokozo Mkhize (Ugu District Health Director), Health MEC Sibongiseni Dlomo, Dr Jimmy Mthethwa (chief director - communicable diseases), Dr Busi Dlamini (senior manager - medical services), Dr S.T. Mtshali (HOD - KZN Health) and Phumza Morai (PRO).

PHOTO: SUPPLIED At the awards (from left) Nursing Deputy manager T.G. Mkhize, Ntokozo Mkhize (Ugu District Health Director), Health MEC Sibongiseni Dlomo, Dr Jimmy Mthethwa (chief director - communicable diseases), Dr Busi Dlamini (senior manager - medical services), Dr S.T. Mtshali (HOD - KZN Health) and Phumza Morai (PRO).

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PORT Shepstone Regional Hospital was recently awarded certificates for three of its projects that were assessed last year by the Department of Health.

At the award ceremony in Durban ICC, Port Shepstone Regional Hospital received certificates for their pharmacy for achieving good performance in health-care risk: waste management.

The neonatal department received a certificate for commitment and dedication to the improvement in neonatal outcomes at regional, tertiary and specialised hospital level. The hospital’s registry received a certificate for service excellence through its innovation-archive reorganisation project.

Hospital spokesperson Phumza Morai said management is proud of the accolades.

The projects were assessed last year, and with the results derived from the projects, were used to enter the competition.

“Last Friday we had the pleasure of being honoured with the certificates. We hope this recognition will go a long way towards enhancing a sense of satisfaction in the work we do. They will encourage us to make a difference in the lives of those we serve,” said Morai.

She asked hospital employees to adopt a policy of going the extra mile in their work activities.

“If we all commit to such an approach, surely we will taste the sense of satisfaction.”

Dumisani Mlambo from the hospital was awarded for his dedication and commitment in promoting a healthy lifestyle as he took part in the 2015 Comrades Marathon.

Morai thanked the staff who won an award for their selfless contribution and encouraged them to keep up the good work and keep on serving the community well.

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