APPOINTMENT OF THE REGISTRAR OF THE HEALTH PROFESSIONS COUNCIL OF ZAMBIA
PRESS AND PUBLIC STATEMENT
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
APPOINTMENT OF THE REGISTRAR
The Health Professions Council of Zambia (HPCZ) is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Aaron Mujajati, Consultant Physician, as its Registrar and Chief Executive Officer effective October 1st 2017.
Prior to this appointment, Dr. Mujajati held the position of Consultant Physician at the University Teaching Hospital in Lusaka where he has been working for the last twelve (12) years. He is also the immediate past President and Chief Executive Officer of the Zambia Medical Association (ZMA), a professional body of Medical Doctors in Zambia, from 2014 to 2017. His core responsibility at ZMA was to ensure implementation of ZMA’s general strategic direction as well as policy guidance.
Dr. Aaron Mujajati holds an MBA in Healthcare Management, a Master of Medicine (MMED – Internal Medicine), MB ChB Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, and Bachelor’s Degree in Human Biology, from the University of Zambia. He is also an alumni of Hillcrest Technical Secondary School in Livingstone, Zambia.
Dr, Mujajati brings to the Health Professions Council of Zambia a wealth of practical experience, both as a career and professional health practitioner, which spans from 2005 when he was appointed as a Medical Doctor at the University Teaching Hospital.
The 3rd Council of the Health Professions Council of Zambia has set itself clear and ambitious strategic goals that will transform HPCZ into a model health professions regulator in Africa by 2030. Dr. Mujajati’s appointment as Registrar and CEO is one of the first steps towards the attainment of HPCZ’s 2030 Strategic Intent.
SIGNED AND ISSUED BY:
PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER
HEALTH PROFESSIONS COUNCIL OF ZAMBIA
Mobile Nos : (0979) ( 0967) 236241
Monday, September 18th 2017
P. O. Box 32554, 10101 Lusaka
Tel.: (260-211) 236241,Fax:(260-211) 239317
E-mail:hpcz@iconnect..zm, Website: www.hpcz.org.zm
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