Health Minister opens medical conference

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The Minister for Health and Medical Services Mr Jone Usamate officially opened the 58th Fiji Medical Association conference last week, as medical officers from around the country gathered together to discuss concerns raised on disaster management and patient care.

At the height of disasters, the Health Ministry works behind the scenes to provide essential quality health care, and it was an opportune time to meet and discuss with the medical professionals how to address such situations before the next cyclone season begins.

Mr Usamate reminded the doctors on their roles as strong and effective leaders to implement strategic developments in the delivery of healthcare services.

“Strong leadership is vital for any development and I urge you to uphold the vision and the values of the ministry and be a role model to your subordinates, and continue to serve the people who look to you for medical assistance”, Mr Usamate said.

Approximately 150 doctors from around the country attended the conference and deliberated on improving and strengthening the medical services mainly focused on disasters.

Health Minister opens medical conference

The Minister for Health and Medical Services Mr Jone Usamate officially opened the 58th Fiji Medical Association conference last week, as medical officers from around the country gathered together to discuss concerns raised on disaster management and patient care.

At the height of disasters, the Health Ministry works behind the scenes to provide essential quality health care, and it was an opportune time to meet and discuss with the medical professionals how to address such situations before the next cyclone season begins.

Mr Usamate reminded the doctors on their roles as strong and effective leaders to implement strategic developments in the delivery of healthcare services.

“Strong leadership is vital for any development and I urge you to uphold the vision and the values of the ministry and be a role model to your subordinates, and continue to serve the people who look to you for medical assistance”, Mr Usamate said.

Approximately 150 doctors from around the country attended the conference and deliberated on improving and strengthening the medical services mainly focused on disasters.