FIVE (5) YEAR STRATEGIC PLAN MEETING WORKSHOP
Presbyterian Health Service (PHS) in its plan to be one of the best health services in Ghana operates along a five (5) year strategic plan, out of which objectives are achieved to help maintain excellence in the health care system. Presbyterian hospital, Agogo was privileged to host fellow PHS facilities for a three (3) day workshop to deliberate and develop a five (5) year strategic plan from the year 2022 to 2026.
The workshop commenced from May 30, 2022, where representatives from PHS facilities arrived in Agogo and came to a close on June 01, 2022. The workshop aimed to set health objectives, draw sustainable activities that would assist in achieving these objectives and deliberate on the budgeted income and expenditure on which PHS would function for the next five (5) years.
In attendance of the workshop was Mr. Sam S. Appiah, PHS Health Co-ordinator and Mrs. Teiko Sarbah, Development of Social Services Director. Also in attendance were PHS and PHC representatives from Dormaa, Donkorkrom, North, Assin Praso, Bawku, Salaga and host hospital Agogo. There were also Presbyterian Nursing and Midwifery Training College (PNMTC) representatives from Agogo and Bawku, as well as representatives from the Health Technical Unit (HTU).
The workshop began with a welcome address and overview of the previous strategic plan by the Health Co-ordinator, followed by an informative presentation by the DSS Director on the Strategic Plan of Presbyterian Church of Ghana (PCG) in connection with the development of the new five (5) year strategic plan of PHS.
Participants of the workshop were grouped into four (4) to consolidate various strategic plans from PHS facilities, taking into account twelve (12) priority objectives from the previous strategic plan. Over the course of the workshop, presentations were made by the various groups to bring together the proposed five (5) year strategic plan.
The workshop came to a successful end on June 01, 2022. The Health Co-ordinator expressed appreciation to the General Manager of Presbyterian hospital, Agogo for facilitating the workshop and thanked all the participants for their contribution and participation.