“Without Servicom, we probably would not have been where we are today in Federal Teaching Hospital, Ido-Ekiti (FETHI) in terms of improved service delivery. The activities of the unit under the able leadership of Dr Kayode Jimoh have been driving us in terms of quality services,” the Chief Medical Director of the hospital, Prof. Adekunle Ajayi opined as he closed the 3-day staff sensitisation training on Friday.

Dr Jimoh, who extolled the management for sponsoring the programme for different categories of the hospital’s personnel, specially thanked the CMD for making it up to the training despite his tight schedule.
He summarised all what had been discussed in the course of the exercise and admonished the participants to be good agents of the desired change they wanted to see in the system.
Prof. Ajayi on his arrival lauded the presence of the management committee members led by the Chairman, Medical Advisory Committee (CMAC), Dr Idowu Adebara for their commitment and dedication to work in his absence.
He lauded the expertise, experience and intellectual prowess noted in the Nodal Officer and commended the entire unit for series of successful outings which he affirmed has been propelling the hospital to an enviable height.
He said, “Before I give my closing remarks, it is very important to let you know that Dr Jimoh has been leading the Servicom unit of this hospital with a lot of dignity and commitment, and had produced very wonderful and resourceful documents that have been advisory to the course of what we are doing. Without Servicom, we probably would not have been where we are today.
“However, if we have seminars from now till eternity and there is no change of mind, we will not get anywhere. Hence, please let us change our mindset. There is nothing difficult to do if we all agree that we are going to achieve it.”
Reacting to the observations and recommendations enumerated by the resource persons, the CMD assured that the management shall further give deeper attention to them to improve service delivery.
In a similar development, Prof. Ajayi charged all the heads of departments and units to make departmental meeting a routine and always present their minutes for management’s deliberation, as he declared the training closed.
While giving the vote of thanks, Dr Jimoh saluted the ever-readiness and resourcefulness of the CMD. He also extended his gratitude to members of the Top Management Committee, Senior Management Committee and all the invited participants for the success of the programme.
The TMC, SMC and Heads of Information/Corporate Affairs, Compliance and Assistant Chief Admin Officer in the CMD’s office, who were the day 3 participants, apparently made the session more interactive, as concept of work ethics and benefits of good work ethics among others were collectively discussed.
Dr Jimoh later assured that hopefully, very soon the training shall also be given to the subordinates in different cadres.