Zambia: Minister Chitalu blasts negligent UTH nurses

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UNIVERSITY Teaching Hospital nurses were yesterday blasted by Health Minister uth.jpguth.jpgChilufya Chitalu for lack of courtesy towards patients and negligence after a woman was forced to give birth on the floor of the hospital’s reception on Saturday. Read More

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Zambia: FIRED LIVINGSTONE NURSES PLEAD WITH SATA

Protesting nurses at the University Teaching Hospital in Lusaka

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The fired Paramedics of Livingstone General Hospital have written a letter of apology through their Medical Superintendent to President Michael Sata seeking that he would exercise leniency for their action in taking part in an illegal strike. Click here for the Full Story

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Zambia: Luangwa bus that claimed 14 lives was not road worthy,braking system was defective

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Zambia: First Lady calls for condom availability and other contraceptives to 16 year olds

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Zambia: 800 graduates to replace fired nurses – Guy Scott

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Zambia: Train “Amputates” Livingstone Man’s Legs [VIDEO]

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Resident Doctors Association of Zambia (RDAZ) regrets the firing of nurses who took part in the strike. We wish to categorically state that firing of health workers has never been and will never be a solution to the ills currently being experienced in the health sector. While we condemn the earlier action taken by the nurse when they downed tools, we can not support this move by Government. Click here for the Full Story

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Zambia: Over 100 nurses from UTH fired

Protesting nurses at the University Teaching Hospital in Lusaka

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Over 100 nurses from the the University Teaching hospitalZambia’s largest tertiary hospital have been fired.The dismissal letters were dated 2nd December 2013 and stated that the Public Service commission was acting under the directive of President Sata. Click here for the Full Story

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Zambia: UTH in crisis and danger as HIV patients receive one instead of three month prescription of drugs

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The Civil Society for Poverty Reduction (CSPR) bemoans the continued challenges being faced in the Health sector. We note that the University Teaching Hospital (UTH) has been hit by a crisis of lack of pre nun milk, a supplement needed for the survival and growth of premature babies. Click here for the Full Story

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The University Teaching Hospital, Zambia’s biggest referral hospital has had one of its wards where mothers deliver from running without water for three days now, Zambian Eye has been informed. Click here for the Full Story

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