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LAGOS HEALTH SERVICE COMMISSION CHAIRMAN HARPS ON EXCELLENT PERFORMANCE

… Applauds Retiring Medical Director’s Commitment To Duty

The Chairman, Lagos State Health Service Commission, Dr. Adebayo Aderiye, has urged healthcare workers to display excellent customer service in their assigned duties.

Speaking on Tuesday at a formal virtual ceremony in honour of the retiring Medical Director, Ibeju-Lekki General Hospital, Akodo, Dr. Adebayo Bamisebi, the Chairman described the officer as a vibrant, dedicated and hard-working man, who has done his best to improve the healthcare delivery system in the State, saying “It was gratifying to find him as a Consultant upon my appointment as the Chairman, Lagos State Health Service Commission”.

While noting that Bamisebi’s deployment to Akodo was desirable because of his humility and professionalism, the Chairman described the retiree as an achiever who was undeterred at delivering quality service.According to him, “Dr. Bamisebi’s diligence at his duty post earned him recognition from all those that cross his path. I must say that this humble retiree had been quite impressive on his beat and I admonish his contemporaries /subordinates to emulate such gesture of finishing honourably well, as he did”.

Aderiye maintained that there is a need to improve on productivity in the healthcare delivery system across the State, especially in view of the Governor’s recent approval for the recruitment of 776 healthcare workers for Public Health Facilities in Lagos.

“I want to challenge the workers in public hospitals to keep up the spirit of selfless service. It is noteworthy that plans are underway to pump recruited clinicians to health facilities, following recent approval from Governor Babajide Olusola Sanwo-Olu. Hence, mediocrity will be totally removed from our system, even if we cannot have an absolutely perfect system”, he stated.

Dr. Adebayo Bamisebi joined the Health Management Board in December 1986 and rose to become Consultant Gynaecologist and Obstetrician.

The retiree, who attained the peak of his career as a Medical Director in May 2016, is a fellow of National and International organisations and a recipient of various awards on excellent service delivery.