New Crystal Health Services chalks another Club 100 feat

BY: Graphic Business
 The management team of Crystal Health Services displaying their plaque

The management of  New Crystal Health Services has assured that it will adopt best customer-centred practices to exceed the expectations of patrons of its facilities as it achieves another feat on the Ghana Club 100 rankings.

The company placed ninth in the rankings, beating all health facilities that made it to the ranking. The closest company in the health care category placed 69.

 

New Crystal Health Services is headquartered in Ashaiman  in the Greater Accra Region with six branches in other areas including Tema, Michel Camp and Takoradi. It also operates health training and health management facilities.

The company’s ranking follows impressive performance in the area of profitability, corporate social responsibility and corporate governance.

The Ghana Club 100 ranking is an annual initiative by the Ghana Investment Promotion Council (GIPC) to honour companies that excelled in their various areas of operations in the previous fiscal year.

New Crystal Health Services’ performance is a marked improvement over last year when it placed 25th. The  Chief Executive Officer, Dr  Wisdom Amegbletor, said ninth was a reflection of the company’s commitment and dedication to hard work, despite the challenging times.

He dedicated the awards to the hardworking staff of the company as well as the patrons of their facilities.

He said the health services company saw  its patrons as a family and would continue to serve them well.

Dr  Amegbletor said  private health facilities were key players in the country and called on government to seek partnership with them in delivering health care to the people.

 He said the private health facilities could complement government’s efforts in extending health care to rural areas  through various public-private partnership arrangements. He also urged government to create the enabling environment for smooth delivery of health care particularly by private facilities who accept the National Health Insurance.