The Commissioner for Health Dr. Joe Akabuike says the state government is fully committed to giving Ndi Anambra world class health care services.
Dr. Akabuike made this known when he convened a meeting with the Heads of all the General Hospitals in the state.
Addressing the meeting, Commissioner Akabuike who said that the Obiano administration has recorded landmarks in both the primary, secondary and tertiary health institutions in the state, noted that the state government is poised to surpassing it's record by improving and increasing the speed and rate at which health care services are being giving to Ndi Anambra on daily basis, by ensuring that facilities in their various hospitals are functioning optimally.
The Commissioner maintained that the meeting has helped them immensely in analysing most of their challenges and charged Heads of General Hospitals to be more dedicated to duty as government will continually take care of their needs, but warned that government will not hesitate to do away with any of them that is lagging behind.
The Special Adviser to the Governor on Medical Facilities and Supply, Dr. Vincent Okpala observed that the meeting among other things afforded them the opportunity to evaluate how the General Hospitals are being run, patient care services and revenue generation, appealing to the participants to key into the Governor Willie Obiano’s new policy on health in order to improve the state's health care delivery system.
Participants at the meeting cross fertilized ideas on the best and innovative ways to efficiently run the state health care industry while question and answer session formed the highlight of the event.