Ministry of Health Held Recognition Ceremony for Matron Roberts Polyclinic II Print E-mail
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Thursday, 08 May 2014 00:00

On Wednesday April 30, A special recognition ceremony was held for the administration and staff of the Matron Roberts Polyclinic II in Belize City.

The Ministry of Health hosted the ceremony to publicly recognize, honor and showcase the outstanding performance of the polyclinic in obtaining the highest scores as a National Health Insurance (NHI) Primary Care Provider (PCP) facility in the Southside Belize City area for 2013.

During the ceremony, Chief Executive Officer in the Ministry of Health Dr. Peter Allen said that the Matron Roberts Polyclinic II has consistently been receiving high scores in their most recent yearly NHI facility evaluation assessments for Southside Belize City. For 2013, Matron Roberts Polyclinic II received a total value of 100% in facility assessment, services, health team and key equipment.

A plaque was given to the Polyclinic at the ceremony and was received by Ms. Alexy Rosado, polyclinic administrator, on behalf of the staff and administration of the Polyclinic. In receiving the award, Ms. Rosado expressed her gratitude to all partners who work along with the polyclinic to promote the continued growth over the years.

She dedicated the award to the staff of the polyclinic: “I would like to take this opportunity to express my sincere thanks first, foremost and most importantly to the staff of Matron Roberts. This award is yours.”

Recognition was also given to Dr. Melissa Diaz-Musa for her contributions to the Polyclinic.

Matron Roberts Polyclinic II became the first pilot project clinic under the National Health Insurance scheme in 2001. It is the only polyclinic that operates with a dual system in Belize City, administered by the Government of Belize in partnership with the National Health Insurance.