The Chief of Clinical Support Services, Brigadier (Dr) Ismail Awle, officially opened the induction course of medical specialist officers at the Defence Forces Memorial Hospital (DFMH) in Nairobi.

During the event, Brigadier (Dr) Awle congratulated the medical specialist officers for having completed the training. In his remarks, he underscored the importance of professionalism in their new journey. This he stated should be coupled up with competency and skills.

“My expectation is that you will conduct yourselves with responsibility and integrity. It’s also expected of you to be accountable in everything.” he said.

Brigadier (Dr) Awle further stated that it’s expected of them to be team players and work on bringing an outcome, which is good for the patients and KDF in general.

Additionally, he advised the inductees to be humane and show commitment when carrying out their duties.

Once the induction course was officially opened, the medical specialist officers were taken through a session on quality improvement by the British Medical team.

In attendance was the DFMH Chief Medical Officer, Brigadier (Dr) Charles Kingori, Lead Induction Coordinator, Colonel Teresiah Waititu, and Officers.

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