Lagos - National Association of Nurses and Mid-wife, Lagos State Council has raised concerns over the continuous shortage of nurses and mid-wife in the State owned hospitals, Vanguard reports.
Olatunde Olusola, the chairman of the National Association of Nurses and Mid-wife, Lagos State Council who disclosed this to Vanguard in an interview added that if this development isn’t addressed, the shortages of nurses in the state owned hospitals will become worst.
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Olusola lamented that the acute shortage in manpower is affecting the healthcare delivery in the state.
She said Olusola the Lagos State government is to employ 600 young nurses to replace the huge number of nurses that will retire from the state healthcare sector.
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- News 24