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LeHHO Cohort III Participants Graduate

  Sep 28, 2012

Leading High-Performing Healthcare Organisations (LeHHO) Cohort III ended with a colourful graduation on Friday 21 September 2012. The program which began in March 2012 had a total of 30 participants, all leaders in the healthcare industry.

The program which is held in conjunction with Management Sciences for Health (MSH) through funding from USAID, is designed for the healthcare leaders of the region and is geared towards improving healthcare delivery which is a key criterion of economic development.

The program tackled various topics throughout its five modules which included leadership, analysis of business problems, decision making, project management, human resources management, quality management, healthcare ethics and law among others.

The program included coaching for the participants and project development with measurable results whereby the participants were divided into teams where each team was to use a challenge model and work on the institutional measurable results as part of their course work. The teams presented their results during the graduation ceremony.

The graduates were:

  • Mr. Richard Lesiampe
  • Dr. Elly Nyaim Opot
  • Dr. Stephen Maina
  • Dr. Wycliffe Nyamwancha Mogoa
  • Andrew A. Nyanchoga
  • Dr. Isaac Nzyoka
  • Margaret Wanjohi
  • Dr. Stephen Ndungu
  • Dr. Nicodemus Omogo
  • Dr. Abdi Omar
  • Ignatius Kaburu
  • Samuel Okanda
  • Dr. Adhola Ochola
  • Franklin Okonji
  • Dr. Robert Ayisi
  • David Njoroge
  • Jane Oburu
  • Dinah Jemelly
  • Dr. Stephen Ochiel
  • Prof. Zipporah Ngumi
  • Dr. Daniel Yumbya
  • Ludmila Shitakha
  • Dr. Richard Ombachi
  • Joel Kamande
  • Dr. Fred Siyoi
  • Dr. Gichuyia M’Riara
  • Dr. John Odondi
  • Jairus Musumba
  • Mary Wanjiku Kabiru
  • Dr. Nicodemus Omogo
  • About LeHHO

    The face of healthcare is dynamic and more complex than ever, with technological innovations, new treatments, new laws & regulations, and new types of healthcare service delivery models.

    In addition to negotiating the day-to-day demands of a busy and complex organisation, healthcare delivery leaders must also be able to evaluate and understand the impact of different healthcare delivery models and major service delivery programs in specific disease areas.

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