Both the doctors, the nurses and also the technicians told the Government they had had enough of the bad management of this Covid problem. So they called in sick and staged a walk out until they could get assurances on the way forward. No word from the hospital authorities through the whole live long day.
So Dr. Hubert Minnis met with the nurses on 6 August 2020 following their industrial action at the Princess Margaret Hospital because they are not being supplied with the proper protective equipment. He started off the meeting saying he did not want to talk about Covid. He had a bad day on Wednesday evening and […]
Statement From Senator Michael Darville and Dr. Melissa Evans Co-Chairs the Progressive Liberal Party’s COVID-19 Task Force For Immediate Release 9 April 2020 We have had the benefit of a briefing from the Nursing Community and they have expressed a number of concerns which we bring to the attention of the Government: Many nurses are […]
According to the Nurses Union and their President Amanchia Williams, the issue is not money. The issue is whether the Public Hospitals Authority can unilaterally impose shift changes. The PHA says yes and the union says no. There appears to be an argument over what the law says. The Nurses have staged walkouts in […]
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