Home / HEALTH / Midwives and Nurses urged to provide patients with improved quality healthcare – ODA CHNTS’S PRINCIPAL

Midwives and Nurses urged to provide patients with improved quality healthcare – ODA CHNTS’S PRINCIPAL

 

The Principal of the Akim Oda Community Health Nurses Training School in the Birim Central Municipality of the Eastern region, Mr. Jones Abeka-Baah, has urged nurses to show empathy for the sick to aid their speedy recovery.

According to him, nurses needed to treat patients with dignity and respect, adding that their rights must be upheld.

He stated that the nursing profession was a noble one aimed at providing quality health services to the people and noted that professionals needed to be disciplined and humane in delivering services.

He reiterated the need for them to be guided by good work ethics so that they would be able to make positive contributions to national development and asked the nurses to dress decently and show respect love, and humility to the patient as that could form part of their healing process.

Mr.Abekah-Baah, who was speaking at the matriculation of the school at Akyem Oda in the Birim Central Municipality of the Eastern Region, advised the students to preserve life by making their patient’s needs their first port of call in their line of activities.

He, therefore, called on authorities to provide the school with dormitories to accommodate tutors and a bus to transport students to practice their clinical in rural areas.

Meanwhile, some students at Oda Community Health Nurses Training School have been awarded for their outstanding performances, speaking to them, they encourage their colleague students to be disciplined and study hard, to justify the investment made in them.

About Daniel Mbabugri

Check Also

The Residents of Nsuta are alarmed by the filth that is engulfing the community, interfering with education and creating more health risks

  The people of Nsuta in the Sekyere Central District of Ashanti are alarmed by …

Half Ghanaian women overweight

Half of females in Ghana, aged between 20 and 49, are either obese or overweight, …

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *