Who We Are?
The South East Regional Health Authority (SERHA) is a statutory body of the Ministry of Health & Wellness. SERHA is one of four Regional Health Authorities formed as a part of the Health Sector reform, by passage of the National Health Services Act in 1997.
What We Do?
Our Category of StaffSERHA employs approximately 8,000 people from a variety of medical and non-medical groups. These include staff directly involved with health care delivery for example nurses, doctors, technologists, pharmacists, health record administrators, attendants and public health inspectors. There are other staff members who work to ensure that the health care delivery system functions at an optimal level and give support to those charged with the direct delivery of health care.
Main Departments that falls under SERHA :
Vision StatementThe South East Regional Health Authority with the general population, seeks to facilitate a satisfying and healthy life.
Mission StatementThe Mission of the South East Regional Health Authority is to promote and safeguard the health of the Jamaican people in collaboration with individuals, groups/agencies through the provision and monitoring of cost-effective, preventive, curative, promotive and rehabilitative services delivered by adequately trained and motivated personnel.
The Quality Policy
It is the policy of the organization to: