The Pentecost Hospital–Tarkwa, in the Western Region has organised its maiden retirement and awards ceremony for deserving staff.
Speaking at the event which took place on October 9, 2020, at the Pentecost International Worship Centre (PIWC), Tarkwa auditorium, the Board Chairman of the hospital, Elder Prof. Sulemana Alhassan, eulogized the only retiree staff, Ms. Mary Zumana, for her invaluable service to the facility. According to him, Madam Zumana’s service to the facility will not be in vain.
Elder Prof. Alhassan entreated the facility to continue raising exceptional staff to continue the race of making the hospital the most preferred facility in Tarkwa and its environs.
Various awards were presented to Madam Zumana in appreciation of her contribution to the hospital.
The General Manager, Pastor Dr. Suleman De-Graft Issaka, on his part, stressed the need for workers to take some rest, indicating that God Himself rested when He finished creation. “It is not all about the work, sometimes there is the need to take enough rest,” he stated.
Other deserving staff were recognised for their diligent service to the hospital. There were: Rebecca Adomah of the Maternity/Midwives unit who emerged the Overall Best Staff. Other awardees were Dr. Genevieve Brown (Prescriber), Prince Nkum (Physio Unit), Emmanuel Boakye (Orderlies unit), Wilberforce Donkor (Finance unit), Mr. Dominic Arkoh (Stores department), and Philip Adoko (Security unit).
The rest were Melody Dzebu Tawiah (Pharmacy unit), Moses Rawson Kwaw (Health Information/Records department), Frank Nkrumah Kwakye (RCH/Community Health/Nutrition), Elder John Bosco Blay (Administration unit), and Miss. Catherine Opoku Konadu (Nurses (OPD/Wards).
The then Tarkwa Area Head, Apostle John Appiah Aidoo, was represented by Pastor Charles Nyarko of PIWC Tarkwa, Pastor Abraham Nana Bamfo Oppong (Area Youth Pastor) and Pastor Eric Abeeku Quainoo (Tarkwa Sector PENSA Travelling Secretary).
Report by Jennifer Deloris Annang.