Baylor Awards Kabarole Best Performing Health Centres of performance


Baylor Uganda an NGO dealing in Health to safe Mothers and children has awarded certificates of performance to five health centres in Kabarole for performing well in service delivery and good leadership.

Mr.Rwabuhinga Richard the district chairman handsover certificates to the incharge

Mr.Rwabuhinga Richard the district chairman handsover certificates to the incharge

The best performing health facilities are Rubona Health Centre 11 Rubona town council, Kijura H/C III Kijura town council, Kakinga H/C II in Bunyanabu, KIDA H/C and Ruteete Health Center III in Burahya county.

According to Dr.LeteshiaNamale of Baylor Uganda, all health facilities received capacity building trainings on handling patients, record keeping ,coordination with VHTs and following their code of ethics when at work stations.

She was impressed by the health workers and the in charges of these facilities for the improved service delivery and called on other health centres to do the same.

Dr.RichardMugahi the Acting District Health Officer (DHO) commended the health facilities for the excellent work done and said this is the competition that they want as leaders for the improved health service delivery.

He said Rubona HC II performed well in record keeping, date management, conducting regular meetings and working closely with VHTs while at Kakinga HC II Bunyangabu their staff are ever on duty and report as early as 8:00am.

Dr.Mugahi says that KIDA HC workers were thanked by patients for good handling and treatment while Kijura and Ruteete Health Centres  their staff were ever on duty and exhibited good care for the patients.

While handing over the certificates to the beneficiaries at Ruteete sub county headquarters during the commemoration of the AIDS World Day on Thursday 1st December 2016, the district chairperson Mr.Rwabuhinga Richard noted that health is important arguing the in charges and medics to take health of people as priority.

He thanked Baylor Uganda for the long-term partnership and support that has seen the death of mothers and babies in labour reduce drastically.

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