Revive Moribund Hospitals in Imo, Group tells Ihedioha

On 12/Jun/2019 / In Medical News

The Nigeria Union of Allied Health Professionals, Federal Medical Centre, Owerri chapter, has called on Governor Emeka Ihedioha of Imo State to commence the revival of moribund government-owned hospitals in the state.
 
The group also advised the governor on the need to start a mutually beneficial relationship with professional bodies, such as the Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria, the Nigeria Society of Physiotherapy and the Nigeria Medical Association, among others, so as to ensure safe medication, excellent clinical services and abolition of quackery and open drug markets in the state.
 
“Such an engagement will help to bring an end to rivalry among health professionals and restore the much-desired world class team work for the benefit of every citizen of Imo,” the union stated in a statement signed by its Chairman, Comrade Ezeugwu Clifford, and secretary, Dr. Nwafuru Solomon, and made available to our correspondent on Tuesday.
 

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