PMGH ends its Heart-Felt program for 2016 in farewelling CEO Mr. Grant R. Muddle ~

Port Moresby General Hospital ends its heart-felt program 2016 together in farewelling a proud outgoing Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Grant R. Muddle.
and his beautiful wife Ms. Anna Megueria; who is the coordinator of Corporate Blood Drive and Youth Blood Drive who had made a great difference in blood collections at the blood bank. Both were escorted by Kairuku dancing group to the celebration arena.
On behalf of the hospital staff and management, the human resource team when opening the program, thanked Mr. Muddle for his efforts and everything that he has done to lift PMGH to a global standard hospital. The last three and a half years have seen a tremendous change at PMGH.
Executive Director Clinical Services, Dr. Umesh Gupta, said there is so much that can be said about Grant, CEO. “Everyone has been touched by Grant in many ways. I have personally learned many things from Mr. Muddle in the last two-half-years at PMGH, and I’ m sure the entire management has learned a lot of good things from him as well, and we hope to continue the legacy that he will leave with us. Grant! Thank you so much, really from the bottom of our hearts,” Dr. Gupta said.
On behalf of the medical services, Director Medical Services, Dr. David Mokela extended a very sincere thank you to Mr. Muddle for taking the lead in developing the hospital, and there’s been a significant change in the last three and a half years, and we greatly acknowledged that. “Thank you for taking a stand in a lot of issues going on in tackling health in PNG especially, PMGH so, thank you once again Grant, and Anna for your support including the blood bank,” Dr. Mokela said.
Director Nursing, Sister Carol Hosea on behalf of the nursing services farewelled and thanked Mr. Muddle for his leadership. “Your leadership has reflected a lot of improvement in this hospital, although you were a bit tough that has made us strong and to make the right decisions for correct purposes, and we would like to say thank you for that.”
As part of our appreciation and token of gratitude for his leadership in this hospital, the nursing division presented with Mr. Muddle with billums made of PNG colours. The general services team presented gifts of shell necklaces and a small kundu drum with billums to Mr. Muddle. The program was also entertained by another dancing group called Moriare from East Kerema in Gulf province who sang a farewell song to Mr. Muddle and his family. 
Various employees were also recognized this month and presented with certificates. Mr. Muddle presented employee of the year award to IT specialist Mr. Veali Vauna and cut two cakes-one for November staff birthdays and one as a farewell to CEO Mr. Muddle.