In an effort to sensitize and educate the public about the prevention of cancer, the Southern Regional Health Authority (SRHA) recently commemorated World Cancer Day which resulted in the screening of scores of residents in the southern region.
Regional Technical Director of the Southern Regional Health Authority (SRHA), Dr. Michael Coombs is calling for the re-establishment of marriages and nuclear families, which he said must be done as a matter of urgency, for sustained transformation of communities in Jamaica and the Caribbean.
'Make customer service our number one priority' is the challenge that Regional Director of the Southern Regional Health Authority (SRHA), Mr. Michael Bent has given to the senior management staff of the SRHA.
The establishment of a regional pathology lab to serve the diagnostic needs of the southern region will soon be a reality through the public/private partnership between the Southern Regional Health Authority (SRHA) and the Lions Club of Mandeville.
In an effort to motivate and encourage excellence in performance among the largest group in the health sector, nurses, the Mandeville Regional Hospital (MRH) recently lauded 150 nurses for their dedication and committed service.
Hospital, Senior Medical Officer, Dr. Bradley Edwards expressed gratitude on January 24 for an infusion pump valued at $140.000 which was donated to the Hospital by non-profit organization, Jamaican 4 Life.
CEO of the Mandeville Regional Hospital, Mr. Alwyn Miller is appealing to Jamaicans to take better care of their health in preventing or reducing the risks of non-communicable diseases which can result in conditions such as kidney failure, which is costly to treat.
The Southern Regional Health Authority (SRHA) has carried out preliminary investigations into the case of a three year old child who was taken to the May Pen Hospital and died while undergoing treatment.
The senior management team of the May Pen Hospital on Monday, January 16 met with Ms. Nadine Dennis, mother of three year old, Andrew Stephens who died while undergoing treatment at the May Pen Hospital on January 6, 2017.
Customer service is essential to effective service delivery and the Southern Regional Health Authority (SRHA) has been working assiduosly to improve and to implement systems to improve standards of customer service delivery.
In 2011, a customer service hotline was launched in an effort to improve client relations and enhance service delivery at health facilities within the region. Through this hotline, clients will be able to register complaints or compliments regarding service received.
To enable the health and well-being of residents in Clarendon, Manchester and St. Elizabeth by providing access to quality healthcare through a suitable and responsive healthcare delivery system that is family centered, customer focused and stakeholder driven.
Healthy people in healthy familes, in a clean and safe environment