The not-for-profit hospital will be owned and managed by RCRA and its profits will be used to firstly benefit local communities and secondly insure the sustainable management of the organization. No individual or entity will receive profits from the running of the network. Profits derived from the not-for-profit hospital by the managing NGO, after covering management costs, will be reinvested into the community.
Grace Community Hospital will be governed by the RCRA Trustees, comprising a panel of experts well equipped to oversee the successful development and operation of the hospital. Although the not-for-profit hospital is an enterprise, the same principles will apply as are customary when working with public or grant funding, to ensure full accountability and transparency, and no individual gain.
The Hospital Director will be responsible to the Executive Director, and accountable to both Advisory Committees through the Executive Director. They will be supported by a senior management, management and technical teams as illustrated below in the organogram.
The senior management team comprises the Executive Director, Hospital Director, Head of Finance, Head of Community Health, Head of Data, Head of policy and advocacy, Medical Superintendent, Deputy Medical Superintendent, and Incharge Nurse. They are responsible for the institution policy issues, strategic planning, donor relations, resource acquisition and contracts negotiations and reports to the Advisory Committees and Board of Directors for guidance, direction and approval.
The management team is made up of section managers; theatre incharge, Radiology incharge, Laboratory incharge, ART (HIV) incharge, Outpatient department incharge, Pharmacy incharge, Pediatric incharge, Maternity incharge, Inpatient incharge, Emergency Medical Services incharge, IT Manager, Security Manager, Head of Cleaners, and Human Resource Manager. The team will carry out the general management functions of the organization: that is, planning, staffing, organisation, direction and control. The team is responsible to the senior management team.
The technical team does the actual implementation of the organizational programmes and activities, and comprises the medical records staff, stores officer, theater staff, radiology staff, laboratory staff, ART staff, immunization staff, OPD staff, pharmacy staff, emergency medical services staff, administrative assistant, accounts Assistant, nutrition staff, community health outreaches staff, Pediatric staff, IPD staff, and social workers.