39857175Joy News’ Rafiq Salam reports
that some nurses and doctors
were seen in the hospital
premises but they were not
attending to patients. The doctors and nurses
believe their preferred
candidate Dr. Anthony Fofie –
who is a Gynecologist at the
hospital – has laboured enough
and deserves the position. They are opposed to the
appointment one Dr Bannabas
Gandaa as the head of the
regional hospital. The doctors and nurses said
out of about ten doctors who
were posted to the hospital in
2006, Dr. Fofie happened was
the only one who stayed. This and the Dr Fofie’s
relationship with his
colleagues and patients who
visit the hospital, they believe
should be enough to earn him
the position. They say even when Dr. Fofie
travelled for further studies,
he returned to the hospital
after his studies. The new Medical
Superintendent, Dr. Gandaa
who is also a Gynecologist
was the head of the Labour
Wards of the Tamale Teaching
Hospital.

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