At RGH they believe that safe, quality health care delivery can be realized now, worldwide. But only when every country can establish and maintain an effective, self-reliant health system. Global health progress shows they have the knowledge and technology to prevent millions of deaths. They just need a health system that can deliver quality healthcare consistently and efficiently. They know how. Let’s get it done!
Mission is to assist their clients to develop sustainable and self-reliant health systems that realize the right to health for every human being in every country.
Vision is to help their clients develop self-reliant sustainable health systems so everyone everywhere can access quality health care.
Focus is on helping their clients develop sustainable and self-reliant health systems by strengthening the health system from the bottom up.
Philosophy is based on their belief that in order to make a difference in global health, you have to do things differently.
They believe in the Power of One person to make a difference and achieve sustainable results for everyone, everywhere, every day. For that reason, they have developed a unique blended experiential training and coaching approach to empower health professionals to improve their performance. They assist with building upon their experience to better ensure the delivery of quality healthcare according to international standards.
They believe in rapid results in improving healthcare delivery, based on their experience adapting Six Sigma, LEAN and other tools developed for managing health facilities. Therefore, they have developed RGH100 that transforms a clinic or health center in just 100 days, whereas as most global health projects take many years. RGH100 ensures the delivery of quality health care to every person in the coverage area of each facility. By strengthening each facility, they help build an efficient network of community-based health centers and hospitals particularly in low and middle-income countries.
They believe in partnerships allow for effective cooperation, collaboration and communication with and among every stakeholder of a country’s health system – from government officials, to donors, academia, non-governmental organizations – to public and private doctors and other healthcare workers providing the services. Together they save lives. Together.
They believe in applying the principles of the Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness: ownership, harmonization, alignment, management by results and accountability.