Exodus of nurses has hit Cross River State Government as the State has 93 nurses working in 1, 016 health facilities across the eighteen local government areas of the State. Continue reading “Nurses abandon C/River hospitals over poor renumeration, 93 in 1,011 health facilities”
L- R: Mrs Kazim- Abimbola Lanre, Mrs Etang Abang,Dr Olaleke Fasasi, Comrade Awojide, Mrs Ojeleye, Comrade Adeniji, Ms Ebele Onwuagbaizu, Ms Biola Adewusi, Ms Promise Ubali during a Panel Discussion on ‘ the Nurses Contribution towards the advancement of Assisted Reproductive Technology in Nigeria’. Organised by the Fertility Nurses Association of Nigeria (FNAN) in LASUTH on 18/5/2019. Continue reading “Nurses contribution towards advancement of Assists Reproductive Tech. in Nigeria”
Medical doctors in Ondo State yesterday withdrew their services in all government hospitals.
Many patients were affected.
The Women Servants of Allah Group- Lajnal Immaillah, of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat, Nigeria has organised a free medical camp and Health Walk in Lagos to celebrate the 100 years anniversary of the Islamic organisation in Nigeria (1916-2016). Continue reading “Ahmadiyya holds Free Health Service for Centenary celebration”