The Primary Health Care Corporation (PHCC) held its annual forum to honor its outstanding staff, directorates, health centers, and a group of staff who severed the corporation for more than 25 years and left an indelible mark in PHCC. PHCC also honored committees that have achieved excellence and success in the work assigned to them, as well as staff working at its health centers and directorates who displayed an outstanding performance in 2022, in the presence of Dr. Mariam Ali Abdul Malik, Managing Director (MD) of PHCC, and several corporation’s leaders and staff. That is to recognize their work and efforts that have had a significant impact on the quality and improvement of PHCC services.
At the beginning of the ceremony, Dr. Abdul Malik delivered a speech in which she emphasized PHCC’s keenness through this annual ceremony to spread awareness of the concepts of outstanding performance, creativity, and quality, and also PHCC’s aim to promote a culture of excellence. A culture that came about to express its appreciation for the distinguished performance staff delivers and encourage and motivate them to spread a spirit of positive competition among other colleagues of different professions, give them a space to be creative, and increase their productivity. Thus, contributing to achieving PHCC’s objectives, mission, and desired aspirations.
During her speech, she also announced the corporation’s preparations for holding the 5th Global Conference on Primary Health Care, which will be held on 9-12 November of this year, under the theme “Primary Care Today: Lessons Learned and Future Action to Achieve Sustainability.”
As for the launch of the strategy, the MD confirmed that work is in full swing to launch the second strategic plan for PHCC for the next four years, which will define the roadmap to promote health care services, improve service access, and enhance the overall well-being of our society. This plan reflects our commitment to continuous improvement and our dedication to meeting the growing needs of Qatar’s population.