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2000 nurses seek greener pastures abroad — Health Ministry

2000 nurses seek greener pastures abroad — Health Ministry

Ghana News, Health & Wellbeing, Lifestyle & Social
About 2,000 nurses working in state and mission health facilities in the country have migrated abroad in recent years, the Ministry of Health has said. At least, 1,400 of the emigrant nurses worked under the Ghana Health Service (GHS), while the remaining 600 worked at facilities of the Christian Health Association of Ghana (CHAG). The Minister of Health, Kwaku Agyemang-Manu, who said this when he took his turn at the Minister’s Press briefing in Accra yesterday, did not, however, indicate the period the migration happened. He said the situation had not significantly challenged work at health facilities. “We are not getting very serious distress messages from the facilities that if we don’t bring new ones, they can’t work. We are managing the situation,” the minister added. ...
Stay and serve the motherland – Nurses told

Stay and serve the motherland – Nurses told

Ghana News, Headlines Today, Health & Wellbeing
The Aflao Sector Commander of the Customs Division of the Ghana Revenue Authority, Assistant Commissioner Joseph Allan, has appealed to nurses and midwives to stay and offer their services to the citizenry. He said nurses and midwives played an integral role in the healthcare system as they were responsible for providing care and support to families and communities including personnel under his Command, hence, the need for them to stay back and serve the country. Assistant Commissioner Allan made the appeal through his representative at a ceremony to mark this year’s ‘Nurses and Midwives week celebration’ at Aflao under the theme, “Our Nurses and Midwives, Our Future.” He said nurses and midwives might be facing challenges including poor working environments and conditions of ser...
National Service Releases PIN Codes For 2022/23 Registration For Nurses

National Service Releases PIN Codes For 2022/23 Registration For Nurses

Ghana News, Headlines Today
The National Service Scheme (NSS) has released 4,330 PIN Codes for registration by eligible Ghanaian-trained nurses of all accredited tertiary institutions in the country. The registration will enable them to enrol for their mandatory national service for the 2022/2023 service year. “All eligible trained nurses are therefore requested to log onto the Scheme’s website on www.nss.gov.gh to follow the online enrollment procedure.” Registration “The period of registration spans from Monday, November 28, 2022 to Monday, December 5, 2022. Assumption of national service is on Wednesday, 4th January, 2023,” a press release issued and signed by the Executive Director of the NSS, Osei Assibey Antwi, stated. Management The NSS management, therefore, directed all prospective nationa...

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