THE MANAGEMENT TEAM
The members are the Administrator, the Medical Superintendent, the Nurse Manager, and the chaplain. The hospital’s management is responsible for the implementation of the National and Diocesan policies. The Human Resource manager, the Accountant and the Pharmacist serve as co-opted members of the management team of the hospital.
PROFILE OF THE ADMINISTRATOR
Sr. Anastasia Acheamaa Okyere
Sr. Anastasia Acheamaa Okyere is the administrator of St. John of God Hospital in Duayaw Nkawnta. Sr. is a catholic nun and belongs to the congregation of the Missionary Sisters of Our Lady of Apostles (OLA) the first female religious group to have arrived in Ghana in the year 1883.
Sr. Anastasia is a nurse by profession and had her training as a Registered General Nurse at the Holy Family Nursing Training College in 2007. As a professional nurse she started her nursing work in St. John of God Hospital and was later transferred to St. Elizabeth Hospital in Hwidiem. She worked as a professional nurse in various units and at the same time held many managerial positions.
Sr. Anastasia holds a BSc. In Public Health with Health Management option, Certificate of Proficiency in Leadership for Health Systems Transformation and a Master’s Degree in Health Services Planning and Management from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology. Sr. is a determined and focused person, dynamic and forward thinking individual who sets standards in everything. She is very passionate about her work and very principled and resilient. Her humility is one of a kind and she has a good listening ear.
As a Public Health Expert, she has key interest in Health researches and interventions in preventing diseases and promoting Health. With her leadership and management background, she able to influence people to commit themselves to their work. She is not only interested in providing health care services to the sick but much more keen in intervention to prevent diseases and promote health. Together, with her dynamic management team several public health intervention have been initiated at the hospital.