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DELSUTH resident doctors go on strike

By News Express on 23/08/2015

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Medical activities have been paralysed at the Delta State University Teaching Hospital, Delsuth, Oghara.

This is owing to the striking doctors who have complained of non-implementation of Senior Registers’ Salary, non-payment of Junior Resident Doctors’ Salaries; insecurity in Oghara and insufficient wards to accommodate increasing number of patients, among other issues.

President of the Association of Resident Doctors in Delsuth, Dr. Okocha says he and his colleagues are committed to quick resolution of issues, and therefore called on the management of the institution to intervene in the pending issues. (Channels TV)

Source News Express

Posted 23/08/2015 04:11:05 AM

 

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