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Strategic Plan To Help St. Theresa's Hospital Achieve Impressive Results
“This strategic plan gives us a firm foundation to be a center of excellence offering high quality, holistic and sustainable health care for all,” said Sister Mary Agnes, Administrator of St. Theresa’s Mission Hospital Kiirua during the launch of the Hospital’s five-year strategic plan.
The strategic plan, which was developed with support of USAID-funded Leadership, Management and Sustainability (LMS/Kenya) program implemented by Management Sciences for Health (MSH), was launched on 9th November 2013, at St. Theresa's Mission Hospital grounds in Meru County. The strategic plan defines the focus for the hospital for the next five years (2013-2017) and aligns the health priorities to the Kenya’s development goals, stipulated in Vision 2030 and rights to health enshrined in the Constitution of Kenya 2010.
Speaking at the launch, Dr. Muraah, Meru County Executive for Health, underscored the centrality of strategic planning, noting that this was important in defining priority focus areas for the hospital based on the felt health needs of the population. “The strategic plan will improve the hospital’s performance in delivery of health care services by determining the hospital’s future direction ... Read more
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