Authorities of Korle-bu Teaching Hospital said they dismissed him because he broke the hospital’s media policy and made some inappropriate comments against the management in a radio interview.
Offei-Palm was interdicted in April 2016.
Authorities said they dismissed him because he broke the hospital’s media policy and made some inappropriate comments against the management in a radio interview.
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The hospital staff staged a number of protests over his dismissal. They mainly argued that all the comments and accusations he made in the said radio interview was within his right.
However, a letter addressed to Offei-Palm said he was to resume work “with immediate effect”.
The letter was jointly signed by the Acting Chief Executive Officer of the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital, Dr Samuel Asiamah, and the Director of Human Resource Samuel Akotuah Atweri.
The letter also added that all salaries and allowances lost during the termination of Mr Offei-Palm’s contract will be paid.
The latest development on the matter comes after a directive from the Ministry of Health in a meeting with the hospital management some two weeks ago that the embattled KOSSA president be reinstated.