New CEO welcomed at Greytown Hospital

2015-07-22 06:00
Members of the Greytown Hospital board and management (back, from left) Mr P Brown, Matron V. Longbottom, Mr R Haniff, Ms KJ Mngadi, Dr MA Govender and Mr B Ngubane, and (front, from left) Ms M.G. Mkhize, Ms T.A. Gcisa and Mr T.J. Zondi.

Members of the Greytown Hospital board and management (back, from left) Mr P Brown, Matron V. Longbottom, Mr R Haniff, Ms KJ Mngadi, Dr MA Govender and Mr B Ngubane, and (front, from left) Ms M.G. Mkhize, Ms T.A. Gcisa and Mr T.J. Zondi.

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THE Greytown Hospital board and Executive management welcomed Ms KJ Mngadi as the new Chief Executive Officer of Greytown Hospital on 9 June.

Ms KJ Mngadi comes with nearly 25 years’ experience in the health department and has spent most of her career years serving the people of Umvoti.

She joined Greytown Primary Health Care team in 1992 and left for uNtunjambili Hospital as a nursing manager in 2001, then she spent several years in various­ portfolios in Umgungundlovu Health District management including acting CEO at a hospital in the district.

Greytown Hospital management, board members and staff are pleased to have a person of such calibre and look forward to positive developments working closely with Ms KJ Mngadi in combating teenage pregnancy, HIV/Aids, TB and improving social ills in the district.

Ms Mngadi told the Greytown Gazette: and#034;Greytown has been my home since 1989 (25 years). I am privileged and humbled to be afforded the opportunity of being the CEO of Greytown Hospital and serve my community. I pledge to remain loyal to the department, the internal and external stakeholders and the community.and#034;

Greytown Hospital is pleased to inform the community that Gateway Clinic has extended its working hours. It now operates seven days a week from 7am to 6pm during the week and 7am to 4pm during weekends and on public holidays. The Department of Health has contracted private doctors to visit clinics and as a result, clinics will be visited by the doctor once a week.

Greytown Hospital management assures the community that we are continuously­ striving to provide quality health care by putting our clients first in accordance with the Batho Pele principles­.

- Greytown Hospital management

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