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Ghana Health Service: Asked to ban nurses from using phones during working hours

 A few occupants in the Ejisu Region have spoke to the Ghana Wellbeing Administration (GHS) to think about restricting the utilization of cell phones by medical caretakers during working hours.

This, as per them, will make the attendants give a lot of consideration while working and furthermore assist with saving the existences of patients who need basic consideration and consideration, particularly during crisis circumstances.

The occupants made the allure during the yearly wellbeing execution audit meeting coordinated by the Civil directorate of the GHS at Ejisu.

They referred to a few occurrences of medical caretakers on the job messing around on their telephones while patients who required basic consideration were left unattended to.

The disposition the occupants guaranteed had prompted the deficiency of many lives nearby and was keeping many individuals from getting to medical care in government emergency clinics in the district.

Answering the allegations and the allure by the occupants, Mrs. Josephine Ahorsu, the Metropolitan Head of Wellbeing Administrations, denounced the way of behaving of those medical caretakers and said it was untrustworthy for a medical attendant to utilize cell phone while taking care of a patient.

She guaranteed the occupants that the wellbeing directorate would deal with their solicitation to impart discipline among wellbeing laborers nearby.

Mrs Ahorsu encouraged all wellbeing staff in the district to treat the allegations by the occupants in a serious way and work as experts, who comprehended the morals of their work to recapture the certainty of individuals they served.

The reason for the yearly audit meeting, she expressed, was to offer partners the chance to assess the exercises of wellbeing offices and faculty in the district to assist with creating methodologies to further develop administrations to people in general.

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