UMTH holds workshop for staff, re-assures commitment to selfless service delivery

By Mohammed kaka

The University of Maiduguri Teaching Hospital (UMTH) has reassured members of the general public of its untiring efforts to ensuring quality and selfless service to patients.

Speaking during the workshop, the Chief Medical Director (CMD) of the hospital, Prof Ahmad Ahidjo noted that the training workshop was meant to acquaint the staff with basic techniques in public service delivery.

According to him, the training workshop was to help the hospital offer optimum service delivery to the citizens.

“It is in our quest to ensure that an optimum service delivery is achieved in the entire institution. That is why we organized the workshop under my leadership”, the Chief Medical Director professor Ahmad Ahidjo said.

He added that the training was also aimed at building the capacity of the staff which is very important in updating them with the emerging trends within their various fields of duty.

The Chief Medical Director emphasized on the importance of public service knowledge amongst the staff, describing it as paramount and key to effective and efficient service delivery.

Professor Ahidjo while urging them to listen to the resource persons attentively, further advised them to strictly abide by the public service rules.
The CMD stressed the need for staff to exhibit good morals of Public service that would build relationships of trust and confidence between staff and patients.

Speaking during the training workshop, the Chairman Board of Management of the institution, Hadi Ukashatu Gumel who was represented by Dr. Ben Egbo, described the training as timely, urging the staff to fully take the advantage and update their capacity.

In his paper presentation titled: “Ethics in workplace”, the Director Human resources, Federal Ministry of Health, Hassan Sallau stressed the need for the Staff to always adhere strictly to the ethics of the public service rules in their routine activities.

According to him, by doing so, they will achieve some level of optimum performances and ensure effective and efficient service delivery for all.

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