Taraba State Government, under the leadership of Governor Kefas Agbu, is set to enhance healthcare services by introducing mobile clinics across all 16 local governments in the state. During a meeting with principal medical officers from government hospitals, the governor emphasized his administration’s commitment to prioritizing the welfare of the people.
In a gathering of prominent figures from the healthcare sector, including principal medical officers, discussions revolved around improving and refining services within government hospitals to make them the top choice for healthcare in the state. Governor Kefas Agbu expressed his readiness to collaborate with these officers to rebuild trust in government hospitals and elevate their standards of healthcare delivery.
As part of this effort, the administration is planning to launch mobile clinics to complement the existing hospital infrastructure. The meeting proceeded to hold a closed-door session, and later, the Commissioner of Health, Dr. Bundiya Buma, revealed that their resolutions emphasized the need to enhance hospital structures and improve the well-being of healthcare workers.
Governor Kefas Agbu’s administration is firmly committed to creating an enabling environment for healthcare personnel to excel, ultimately benefiting the people of Taraba State through improved healthcare services.