In order to fulfil its Mission, the Hospital will strive towards the following goals:
1. Holistic Approach
The Hospital will endeavour to take the psychological, social dimensions of the person into account in all its services. In this perspective, the Hospital considers promotion of health and prevention of disease an integral part of its mission. It will allocate adequate time and resources to these services for its established catchment’s population. The active involvement of communities, the political and Religious Leaders, Church organizations and schools, will be pursued in the promotion of health of the population.
2. Equity and Sustainability
The Hospital will actively pursue access to all services for the entire population, of its established catchment area, especially for the less privileged and vulnerable. The Hospital recognizes that sustaining accessible and high quality services requires:
- Good Management and continuous efficiency gains
- Gaining reputation for quality, friendly and compassionate services
- Strict adherence to the Not-For-Profit rationale
- Accountability and transparency
- Specific skills, well founded arguments and proven performance to access Public and other funding sources.
3. Integration in the National and District Health System
The Hospital will operate as part of the National and District Health Systems. The package of curative, preventive and promotional services, activities and support actions will be in accordance with the responsibilities for the Hospital’s catchment. The Hospital will pursue sound working relationship with the District Health Authorities and all Health Units in the Diocese/District. Advocacy for catchment population and full partnership will be based on the extent and quality of the services provided, community participation and thorough knowledge of the community needs.
4. Professionalism, Quality Care and Training
The Hospital will pursue the highest professional level in carrying out its services, activities, planning and reporting. Quality care and compassionate, friendly attitude shall be the prevailing Rule of the Hospital. Formal training shall be promoted when necessary. Emphasis shall be put an in-service training through the utilization of existing resources and opportunities in the Church and National network.
Developments of human resources for the preventive and promotive actions as well as to strengthen the co-operation with the District will be emphasized.