EASTERN CAPE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH. Parliamentary Budget Hearings Tuesday, 08 June 2004. INDEX. Page 1. Overview 3 2. Organisational Establishment 4 3. Revised Service Delivery Model 5-6 4. Where do we want to be 7-9
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Parliamentary Budget Hearings
Tuesday, 08 June 2004
1. Overview 3
2. Organisational Establishment 4
3. Revised Service Delivery Model 5-6
4. Where do we want to be 7-9
5. Achievements according to Ten Point Plan 10 – 20
6. Major challenges 21-23
7. Alignment of goals with National and Provincial imperative 24-29
8. Priorities 30-34
9. Finance Information
CD-Chief Director; DHS – District Hospital Services;
PHC-Primary Health Care; HSM – Hospital Services Management;
QA-Quality Assurance; FINMNG- Financial Management;
PROC-Procurement; STRAT-Strategic & FAC-Facilities
7 District Managers
5 CEOs of
25 Sub District
The role of Head Office will be focused on programs coordination, integration and policy formulation, monitoring and evaluation.
Our PHC services are provided through 713 clinics and 28 Community Health Centres, and these are managed by 27 Local Service Area (LSA) managers. Patients that need high level of care will be referred to Level 1 hospitals
18 Clusters of 47 district hospitals as well as 18 provincial aided and 4 privately run hospitals provide level 1 services. Clustering will allow for sharing of resources including professional staff.
The three complexes and two regional hospitals provide levels 2 and 3 services.
The 7 district managers have responsibility over 18 CEOs in the clusters and 25 LSA managers. They report to head office.
The 2 regional and 3 complex CEOs report directly to head office.
To provide and ensure accessible comprehensive integrated services in the Eastern Cape emphasizing the primary health care approach utilizing and developing all resources to enable all its present and future generation to enjoy health and quality of life.
Human Rights, customer satisfaction, service excellence and value for money are ensured through adherence to the following values:-
(WHERE ARE WE NOW?)
Medicines Act 90 of 1997 and Pharmacy Act 88 of 1997 they will be applicable in July 2005 to the State
Mental Health Act of 20025.2. LEGISLATIVE REFORM
A 24 hr call centre has been established with a toll free number of 0800032364 providing opportunity for grievances and suggestions
In line with the prevention of blindness (Global vision 2020) we are improving our cataract performance yearly.5.3. IMPROVING QUALITY OF CARE
Provincial secondary and tertiary service delivery plans have been developed and these are linked to national modernisation of tertiary services
Outreach program focussing on mother and child health as well as anaesthetic training
Rationalisation of psychiatric services establishing psychiatric beds in the eastern side of the province
Nelson Mandela Academic Hospital functional and awaiting official opening
21 hospital construction projects completed,14 under construction, equipment procured for 50 hospitals and maintenance done to 88 hospitals5.4. REVITALIZATION OF HOSPITAL SERVICES
Clustering will allow sharing of resources5.5. SPEEDING OF DELIVERY OF AN ESSENTIAL PACKAGE OF SERVICE THROUGH THE DISTRICT HEALTH SYSTEM
have been finalised
-Roll-out revitalisation programme with 4 Hospitals at different phases of development (St Elizabeth, Frontier, Mary Terese and Rietvlei)
-Building of 46 clinics (including 13 in 2004/05) over the next 3 years
-Replacing 47 clinic over next 3 years
In terms of the Inter Governmental Fiscal Review (IGFR) 2003 this province at R769.00 received the third lowest per capita allocation in South Africa.
(1) Census data 2001