The attention of Holy Trinity Spa & Health Farm has been drawn to the activities of some fraudulent persons using various dubious means ranging from text messages, social media platforms and forged letters to invite unsuspecting members of the public for job interviews in a purported recruitment exercise by Holy Trinity Spa & Health Farm. For the avoidance of doubt, we wish to state as follows:
1. That Holy Trinity Spa & Health Farm is currently not recruiting and will not demand payment in any form for any job placement.
2. That Holy Trinity Spa & Health Farm will advertise all vacant positions whenever it is ready to embark on a recruitment exercise.
3. That members of the public, particularly unsuspecting applicants, should be wary of fraudulent invitations for job interviews at any offices other than our head office located at Holy Trinity Medical Centre – Swanlake North Kaneshie-Accra, and that anyone who entertains such invitations or deals with peddlers of such invitations does so at his or her own risk.
4. That anyone contacted for the purpose of the purported recruitment other than through advertisement duly placed by Holy Trinity Spa & Health Farm on our website or in national newspapers, should not hesitate to report such invitations to relevant law enforcement agencies.
The millennium excellence foundation has conferred on the Executive Chairman of the Holy Trinity Medical Centre and Holy Trinity SPA and Health Farm Dr. Felix Kwaku Anyah the Millennium Excellence Award in Medicine. The award he received on Saturday, July 17, was in recognition of his priceless contribution to healthcare delivery in Ghana and nation building.
The Millennium Excellence Awards is held every five years and honours institutions and individuals for their contributions to national development.
The awards recognize institutions in both the public and private sectors. The Executive Chairman of the Holy Trinity Medical Centre, Accra Dr. Felix Kwaku Anyah was awarded for his ability to reform and transform medical facilities into world class service status through prudent management.
The foundation conferred on him the Millennium Excellence Award in Medicine.
The medical doctor, manager and entrepreneur has been described by the New West Africa International magazine as ‘a symbol of selflessness and patriotism’. The Business Executive describes him as ‘the Ghanaian who is changing the world’.
The Holy Trinity Spa and Health Farm at Sogakope and Holy Trinity Medical Centre in Accra are based on integrative Medicine, Disease Prevention and health promotion. “We are looking at what is called integrative healthcare delivery like the one in Sogakope which has broad spectra”, Dr. Anyah continued, “in addition, it is important in healthcare delivery for us to look at disease prevention and health and wellness promotion as well as cure. A combination of these will help reduce the country’s health budget”.
Dr. Felix Anyah recommends Medical School curriculum must include management. “Training of doctors should include leadership management so that we don’t concentrate on only technically skilled people who come out without inter-personal skills, don’t understand accounting and other related subjects in the spectra of health practice”.
Some awards received by Dr. Felix Anyah include, Ghana’s Greatest Entrepreneur of All Time award, Most Respected CEO in 2018, 2019 and 2020. Best Health Care CEO from 6 different organizations in 2017, 2018 and 2019 and Overall Best CEO 2017 in both the public and private sectors.
Dr Felix Anyah was the Ag. Chief Executive Office of Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital under President Akuffo-Addo and Board Chairman of Health Facilities Regulatory Agency under Ex-President John Mahama.
He is currently the Board Chairman, Ho Teaching Hospital, in the Volta Region.
Dr. Anyah established the Holy Trinity Medical Centre in 1988 with five staff members, and has grown it to an outstanding health facility with 42 doctors and over 300 auxiliary staff.
Dr. Felix Anyah, the former acting CEO of Korle Bu Teaching Hospital, has been appointed as the Board Chairman of the Ho Teaching Hospital.
According to him, his new role is to raise the status of the Ho Teaching Hospital to “an enviable Teaching Hospital with a quaternary service that will liaise with international accreditation bodies such as JCI International in other to promote medical/health tourism to the hospital and the Volta region as well as make Ghana a Medical Tourism hub”.
The Ho Teaching Hospital formerly was known formally as the Volta Regional Hospital (Trafalgar).
It was established in 1998 and formally commissioned by Flt. Lt. Jerry John Rawlings in December 2000.
The hospital has been the Volta regional hospital for 17 years until it was re-commissioned on 29th April 2019 as a Teaching Hospital by Hon. Kwaku Agyeman-Manu the Health Minister.
Speaking at the inauguration the Health Minister indicated that the new Board is first under the much-awaited amendment of Section 37 of Act 525 of the Ghana Health Service and Teaching Hospital act, 1996.
He said, under the 1996 Ghana Health Service and Teaching Hospital Act 525, the membership of the Teaching Hospital Boards then consisted of about 80% of hospital Management staff.
“For efficient Corporate Governance, the Board now consist of 10 professionals not of the Hospital Management with only the Chief Executive Officer of the Hospital as a member forming a total composition of 11.
“It is in this light that section 37 of act 525, which defines the membership of Ghana Health Service and Teaching Hospitals was amended by Parliament and assented to on 27th December 2019,” Agyeman-Manu explained.
The Health Minister stated further that, under the new amendment act, “the membership of Ghana Health Service and Teaching Hospitals boards consist of Chairperson, a legal practitioner, a medical practitioner, an allied health practitioner, a pharmacist and a nurse/ midwife” adding that “all of not less than 10 years standing”.
Other members include: two representatives with considerable experience in health education research and nominated by the university council, a financial consultant, a Private sector business entrepreneur and Chief Executive officer of the Hospital.
Dr. Felix Anyah graduated as a doctor 41 years ago from the University of Ghana Medical School, Korle Bu.
He distinguished himself as a clinician in private medical practice as Director of the Holy Trinity Medical Centre, Accra and Holy Trinity Spa & Health Farm, Sogakope.
He is also a health columnist, an entrepreneur, a Philanthropist, member of the Ghana Medical and Dental Council, pioneer in integrative health/medicine as well as health and medical tourism in Ghana.
In the past years, Dr Anyah has played towering roles in the public sector management and administration in Ghana.
In 2015-2016, Dr. Felix Anyah was appointed Board Chairman of the Health Facilities and Regulatory Agency by His Excellency John Dramani Mahama.
In 2017, His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo appointed him as acting CEO of the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital for one year.
and now re-appointed as Board Chairman of Ho Teaching Hospital.
Out of these were some awards to his honour. In 2018, Dr. Felix Anyah won the Overall Best CEO Award.
He has won 5 Best Healthcare CEO Awards from different organizations.
Dr Anyah won the Most Respected CEO Awards by public voting in 2018 and 2019 respectively.
The Holy Trinity Spa & Health Farm, Sogakope will host two tennis clubs of Tesano Police Depot (Depot Tennis Club) and Kaneshie Sports Complex (Kalatec Tennis Club), both in Accra for a special weekend social tournament.
The two clubs will be guests to the Farm’s newly upgraded ultra-modern tennis facilities, where they will be treated to a variety of games including tennis.
The visit of the two clubs forms part of activities planned to celebrate a partnership being developed between the Farm and the Ghana Tennis Federation (GTF) towards the accreditation of the Holy Trinity SPA Tennis Courts as a regional tennis tourism destination and an integral part of the West African Tennis Circuit for international tournaments to be organized under the GTF.
To this end, the Holy Trinity SPA & Health Farm is committed to upgrading its existing tennis facilities in addition to some expansion works overtime to meet the International Tennis Federation standards, to position the Farm to host GTF / ITF Training Sessions and Tournaments.
Furthermore, the Holy Trinity SPA in collaboration with the GTF will commence the hosting of monthly clubs invitational events towards the institution of an annual competition dubbed the ‘HOLY TRINITY TENNIS CUP’ tourney.
The Health Farm will also launch a special weekend package for the national tennis fraternity, where additional services will be offered during the visit of the two clubs from Friday, 25th to Sunday, 27th September 2020.
Meanwhile, the Farm last weekend hosted the executives and special guests of the Ghana Tennis Federation (GTF) led by its President, Mr. Aboagye Duah, where the modalities of the partnership, especially the international circuit standards were concluded.