South East Regional Health Authority (SERHA)
The 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 South East Regional Health Authority with the general population, seeks to facilitate satisfying, healthy life.
SERHA is responsible for the delivery of health care services to the residents of St. Catherine, St. Thomas, Kingston and St. Andrew. This represents 47% of the population of Jamaica. SERHA is managed by a team of directors ably led by the Regional Director who reports to a Board, which is appointed by the Minister of Health. The region is funded by allocations from the Ministry of Health and fees collected at its institutions.
Philip Armstrong - Chairman
Dr Norman Dunn - Vice Chairman
Dr Patrice Charles