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Paramedics threaten to quit over accommodation

2012-02-09 22:15:00
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Paramedics working in Lahugu Clinic at Lahugu Electoral Area in the Tamale Metropolis have threatened to stop working if they are not offered affordable housing to relieve them of accommodation problems.

In an interview with the Assembly man for Lahugu Electoral Area Sumaila Sayibu Suhuyini stated that some nurses have already left and the remaining ones have started showing poor attitude to work.

He added that if the government does not intervene into this current problem any sooner, patients would start walking long distance for about 9 miles to other clinics in other areas.

He also appealed to the Assembly to support the clinic with a doctor and an ambulance to improve attendance to emergency cases at the clinic.

Sumaila Sayibu Suhuyini noted, he was helping raise funds to purchase some needed equipments in the clinic to ensure quality health delivery in the area.


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