Our Values

Our Values

Efficiency and quality: Delivering of high quality of care for patients and persons with special needs, Promoting dignity, Prioritizing safety and Promoting transparency.

Leadership and Cooperation: The key aspects of leadership role involves influencing stakeholders and partners activities and coping with change. such as leadership initiatives are associated with improvements in patient care or organization’s programs outcomes.

Diversity and inclusiveness:  A diverse and inclusive workforce helps us avoid employee turnover costs. Diversity fosters a more creative and innovative workforce. Diversity i boardroom is needed to leverage an organization’s full potential.

Respect: Respect is the feeling of regarding someone well for their qualities or traits, it is also the action of treating people with appreciation and dignity. It is a standard behavior that our team should adopt in the workplace and in the field with each others, with the beneficiaries, partners and other organizations.

Person-centered care: In person-centered care, health and social care professionals work collaboratively with people who uses services. Person-centered cares supports people to develop the knowledge, skills and confidence they need to more effectively manage and make informed decisions about their own health and health care.

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