Trust Hospital Wins Another Award

The General Manager of the Trust Hospital, Dr Darius Kofi Osei, receiving the award from former Chief of Defence Staff, Lieutenant Gen Peter Augustine Blay.

  The Trust Hospital in Accra has received an award for its quality healthcare.

The hospital was among 21 organisations and other individuals who were recognised by The New Ghanaian (TNG), a sister publication of the West Africa International magazine.

The Trust Hospital received the distinguished award in the health category for the delivery of best customer services to numerous clients of the hospital.

It received a plaque, a certificate and a monumental customised polo shirt.

A citation accompanying the award described it as a health institution serving the people of Ghana with the outmost care, quality and integrity.

This is the second time in six months that the Trust Hospital has picked up an award for the recognition of its provision of quality healthcare.

The Hospital attracted international recognition and in December 2013, it received two distinguished Quality Service Awards from the European Business Assembly (EBA) in Oxford, UK.

The European Business Awards is an independent awards programme designed to recognise and promote excellence, best practice and innovation in the European business community and beyond.

The various organisations and individuals accorded the awards because the Trust Hospital’s services have been tremendous and unparalleled.

‘Within a short period of six year, the TTHCL has opened six clinics at Adenta, Tema, Dome, Sakumono, Dansoman and at the SSNIT Pension House in Accra. It also has three hospitals,’ The New Ghanaian citation stated.

The New Ghanaian, a leading general interest news and features magazine in Ghana and as part of its strategic objective of providing a platform for promoting the achievements of corporate entities and individuals in Ghana, instituted an annual awards scheme seven years ago to recognise individuals and Ghanaian companies.

The CEO of The New Ghanaian, Dr Dee Otibu-Asare, was of the view that private health institutions could emulate The Trust Hospital by placing their priority on the health needs and aspirations of the citizenry to help augment government efforts in providing good healthcare for the people.

He was of the view that government alone cannot solve all health problems and asked professionals to stop complaining and rather project enthusiasm and be aggressively focused.


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