“Also, the issue of workers’ absenteeism and reporting to work late are hindering the smooth delivery of healthcare services, especially at the rural areas.
“Governor Ben Ayade is a labour-friendly personality who has been paying workers’ salaries and rural allowances on time and as such, there is no need for sharp practices.”
The director-general said the agency was looking into improving the integrated supportive supervision for members of staff with a view to ensuring that primary healthcare facilities were open for service accordingly.
Edu advised residents in the rural communities to always report any erring health worker, who demand money from them for health services.
Edu said medical service delivery at the primary healthcare level was completely free.