Salaga Government Hospital Patients left stranded as nurses begin strike

The nurses declared the strike following a fight that occurred between a colleague nurse and a relative of a patient on admission at the hospital.

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Many patients at the Salaga Government Hospital in the Northern region have been left stranded as nurses have laid down their tools.

The nurses declared the strike following a fight that occurred between a colleague nurse and a relative of a patient on admission at the hospital.

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A frustrated resident of Salaga, Mohammed Valash who witnessed the fight believes the incident must be resolved immediately to prevent any challenges to healthcare.

“The lady had gone there to visit her sick mother and to take her home and an argument ensued between her and one of the nurses, then the nurse hit her first so she also retaliated. The other nurses also joined in and it became a full blown fight between them and the young lady to the extent that one of the nurses bit the girl so deep.

“Later that day, a friend of mine brought his sick mother for check up at the hospital but the nurses told us they are on strike because of the fight,” he told Accra-based Starr FM.



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