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Avia Collinder, Business Reporter The Anglican Diocese in Jamaica has taken on a management partner for a new accident and emergency centre, twinned with new ambulance services, at the 90-year-old Nuttall Memorial Hospital in Kingston. Nuttall Chief Executive Officer Harvey Levers said that under the arrangement, Value Added Services Limited has provided equipment and staffing for the new emergency centre, and that both parties will share the cost of operating the facility. The head of... Read More
Background   As Value Added Services (VAS) continues to grow, it now embarks upon one of its greatest projects, the management and operation of the Nuttall Accident and Emergency Unit and Ambulance Services.   As the former Executive Director of St. Joseph’s Hospital, 2003-2009 and St. Patrick’s Foundation, Brown’s organizational and strategic management skills were honed with extensive transformational processes that led to the re-birth of both institutions with a focus... Read More
THE management of the Golden Age Home in Kingston is seeking to establish a health and wellness centre at its Vineyard Town premises, to boost treatment and care provided to the 453 persons residing at the institution. "This health and wellness facility will be able to provide our residents with numerous services," said General Manager Laurette Adams-Thomas, as she addressed a Christmas fair held recently at the facility. "We are looking at a medical arm of it where we will have emergency... Read More
Value Added Services was contracted by the National Integrity Action (NIA) and the Jamaica Civil Society Coalition (JCSC) to engage three secondary schools in a pilot project using edutainment as the tool to help students distinguish between corruption and integrity. The Integrity Ambassadors Programme was born out of the desire to communicate the integrity message to the micro level by targeting student leaders for training as Integrity Ambassadors. These trained students are... Read More
The community of Rocky Point in Southern Clarendon is the recipient of a new market facility through the Jamaica Social Investment Fund (JSIF). It emerged during the appraisal for the project that the community had a number of issues that need to be addressed. These include weak sanitation and hygiene practices at the individual and community level, poor solid waste management systems and weak management capacity of the community development society.  Value Added Services was contracted... Read More
On any given day, hundreds of travelers, diplomats and other foreign dignitaries may pass through the terminals of the Norman Manley International Airport (NMIA). The airport's administration entrusted VAS to deliver intensive protocol and customer service training to its frontline staff. Particular attention was paid to operations in the airport's V.I.P lounge which can only be accessed by members of the Jamaican Government, Parliamentarians, foreign diplomats and invited designates. Since... Read More