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Hospital pledges commitment to staff welfare


University of Benin Teaching Hospital

The management of the University of Benin Teaching Hospital (UBTH) has pledged its readiness to make staff welfare its priority.

The Chief Medical Director (CMD) of the hospital, Dr. Darlington Obaseki, disclosed this yesterday when junior staff of the teaching hospital hosted him as part of activities to mark his 50th birthday at the Hospital’s Golf Course in Benin City.

Obaseki, who commended them for their cooperation and love, said his focus is to ensure staff and patients satisfaction and to improve on the existing social infrastructure in the hospital.

He admonished them on discipline and productivity, saying indolence would not be tolerated, as he is committed to promoting and recognising hardwork among staff.

Obaseki, who lauded the management team of the hospital for their support in achieving the giant stride recorded so far, assured that the issues of contract staff and poor remuneration of some junior staff would be looked into and their salary reviewed to enhance staff productivity.

Emoregan Union, a volunteer leader for junior staff in the hospital, said the surprise birthday party was to appreciate the effort of the CMD in providing welfare and outstanding leadership for the staff.

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