Registered Nurse Assistants-Preventive (RNAP) & Registered Nurse Assistants Clinical (RNAC) have appealed to government to immediately recruit them to fill vacancies at the various communities.
In an interview with press, the National President of the Registered Nurse Assistants-Preventive and Registered Nurse Assistants Clinical 2019 batch, Mr. Eric Kwakye explained that, recently a communique was sent to Minister of Health by Rotational Nurses Leadership about their financial clearance.
According to him, days later, the Youth Employment Agency [YEA] and Ghana Health Service [GHS] signed a Memorandum of Understanding to train 3000 Senior High School graduates for six months on Zoom Nurse Module for the same work which there are already unemployed trained and licensed professionals numbering over 20,000 in the house.
Mr. Eric Kwakye disclosed that, they had a conversation with the Director-HR of Minister of Health on their posting, but nothing fruitful seems to manifest out of the engagements.
“DROP the Zoom Nurse Module which seeks to train & recruit 3,000 SHS graduates and post us first.” He said
The secretary of Registered Nurse Assistants-Preventive & Registered Nurse Assistants Clinical, Miss Addo Baffour Sandra lamented the economic and social implications that their members have been going through in their various communities of abode.