Dr. Wisdom Amegbletor in an interview with Pulse.com.gh said the ranking of the health facility in the prestigious group attested to the quality health delivery
New Crystal Health Services was ranked 9th in the prestigious Ghana Club (GC) 100 for 2015 as compared to the 2013/14 edition when the hospital was ranked 25th.
The Ghana Club 100 (GC 100) is an annual compilation of the top 100 companies in Ghana that recognises successful enterprises by the Ghana Investment Promotion Centre (GIPC).
The GC 100 is about corporate excellence. Companies who make it to the GC 100 are to serve as role models to the private sector and provide a forum for corporate Ghana to interact with the government on a high level.
The Chief Executive of New Crystal Health Services Dr. Wisdom Amegbletor in an interview with Pulse.com.gh said the ranking of the health facility in the prestigious group attested to the quality health delivery that the company provided.
He expressed his gratitude to staff of the company and their numerous customers and clients who have kept faith with the company since its formation 12 years ago.
"Ensuring discipline and proper customer service in Ghana is not easy and sometimes I've to demand very high standards from them (staff) and to be able to deliver that high standards, they have to be able to cooperate with me and even though I'm very hard on them, they still go along to deliver the standards," he added.
He said the company would continue to work hard to offer the best service to its customers; and not only would it ensure its sustainability in Club 100 but to improve on its ranking in the coming years.
"This is a very competitive ranking but we believe that by giving our best of services to our customers, our performance will improve and so will be our ranking".
Crystal Health Services began operating from Ashaiman but has opened six more hospitals with the latest in Takoradi, in the Western Region with three training institutions.
The health facility was also the only hospital to make it in the list of the top 100 companies.
The company also operates an in vitro fertilisation facility and a health training school. It is currently in the process of adding a modern diagnostic centre and an alternative medicine hospital which will offer African herbal treatment, traditional Chinese herbal medicines and Ayurvedic medicine.
On the health insurance scheme, Dr Wisdom Amegbletor, however, expressed worry about the delay in the payment of claims.
He said the situation has affected the smooth-running of the scheme, and urged government to ensure the timely release of funds for the payment of the claims to help improve health delivery.