Anaesthetic Nurse Vacancy at Abuja Clinics in Nigeria

Abuja Clinics is a world class health facility dedicated to providing all your health needs, not only curative but also preventive. We boast of cutting edge equipment which aid in the diagnosis and treatment of medical and surgical conditions. We have highly trained and dedicated staff who provide excellent care. Our computerized systems ensure confidentiality and continuity. We aim to set a standard for medical care hence we continue updating and upgrading to ensure that you get the best.
We are recruiting to fill the position below:
Position: Anaesthetic Nurse
REF: 2018 ANN 04
Location: Abuja
Qualifications 
Candidate should have the following qualifications:
* Registered Nurse/Midwife Certification
* She must be registered with Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria with current practicing licenses.
* At least 3-5 years post qualification experience
Application Closing Date
16th November, 2018.
Method of Application
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Note: Only qualified candidates will be contacted.

Nursing Officer Vacancy at Abuja Clinics in Nigeria

Abuja Clinics is a world class health facility dedicated to providing all your health needs, not only curative but also preventive. We boast of cutting edge equipment which aid in the diagnosis and treatment of medical and surgical conditions. We have highly trained and dedicated staff who provide excellent care. Our computerized systems ensure confidentiality and continuity. We aim to set a standard for medical care hence we continue updating and upgrading to ensure that you get the best.
We are recruiting to fill the position below:
Position: Nursing Officer

Job Ref: 2018 NO 03

Location: Abuja
Qualifications 
Candidate should have the following qualifications:
* Registered Nurse/Midwife Certification.
* She must be registered with Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria with current practicing licenses.
* Must have at least 5 years post qualification experience
Application Closing Date
16th November, 2018.
Method of Application
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Note: Only qualified candidates will be contacted.

Peri-operative Nurse Vacancy at Abuja Clinics in Nigeria

Abuja Clinics is a world class health facility dedicated to providing all your health needs, not only curative but also preventive. We boast of cutting edge equipment which aid in the diagnosis and treatment of medical and surgical conditions. We have highly trained and dedicated staff who provide excellent care. Our computerized systems ensure confidentiality and continuity. We aim to set a standard for medical care hence we continue updating and upgrading to ensure that you get the best.
We are recruiting to fill the position below:
Position: Peri-operative Nurse

Ref: 2018 PON 05

Location: Abuja
Qualifications 
Candidate should have the following qualifications:
* Registered Nurse/Midwife Certification.
* She must be registered with Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria with current practicing licenses.
* With at least 2 years post qualification experience
Application Closing Date
16th November, 2018.
Method of Application
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Note: Only qualified candidates will be contacted

Nursing Officer Vacancy at Abuja Clinics in Nigeria

Abuja Clinics is a world class health facility dedicated to providing all your health needs, not only curative but also preventive. We boast of cutting edge equipment which aid in the diagnosis and treatment of medical and surgical conditions. We have highly trained and dedicated staff who provide excellent care. Our computerized systems ensure confidentiality and continuity. We aim to set a standard for medical care hence we continue updating and upgrading to ensure that you get the best.
We are recruiting to fill the position below:
Position: Nursing Officer

Job Ref: 2018 NO 03

Location: Abuja
Qualifications 
Candidate should have the following qualifications:
* Registered Nurse/Midwife Certification.
* She must be registered with Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria with current practicing licenses.
* Must have at least 5 years post qualification experience
Application Closing Date
16th November, 2018.
Method of Application
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Note: Only qualified candidates will be contacted.

Principal Nursing Officer Vacancy at Abuja Clinics

Abuja Clinics is a world class health facility dedicated to providing all your health needs, not only curative but also preventive. We boast of cutting edge equipment which aid in the diagnosis and treatment of medical and surgical conditions. We have highly trained and dedicated staff who provide excellent care. Our computerized systems ensure confidentiality and continuity. We aim to set a standard for medical care hence we continue updating and upgrading to ensure that you get the best.
We are recruiting to fill the position below:
Position: Principal Nursing Officer

Ref: 2018 PNO 01

Location: Abuja
Qualifications 
Candidate should have the following qualifications:
* Registered Nurse/Midwife Certification.
* She must be registered with Nursing andMidwifery Council of Nigeria with current practicing licenses.
* With at least 15 years post qualification experience.
Application Closing Date
16th November, 2018.
Method of Application
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Note: Only qualified candidates will be contacted.

Senior Nursing Officer Vacancy at Abuja Clinics Nigeria 2018

Abuja Clinics is a world class health facility dedicated to providing all your health needs, not only curative but also preventive. We boast of cutting edge equipment which aid in the diagnosis and treatment of medical and surgical conditions. We have highly trained and dedicated staff who provide excellent care. Our computerized systems ensure confidentiality and continuity. We aim to set a standard for medical care hence we continue updating and upgrading to ensure that you get the best.
We are recruiting to fill the position below:
Position: Senior Nursing Officer

Ref: 2018 SNO 02

Location: Abuja
Qualifications 
Candidate should have the following qualifications:
* Registered Nurse/Midwife Certification.
* She must be registered with Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria with current practicing licenses.
* With at least 10years post qualification experience.
Application Closing Date
16th November, 2018.
Method of Application
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Note: Only qualified candidates will be contacted.

Intensive Care Nurse Vacancy at Abuja Clinics Abuja 2018

Abuja Clinics is a world class health facility dedicated to providing all your health needs, not only curative but also preventive. We boast of cutting edge equipment which aid in the diagnosis and treatment of medical and surgical conditions. We have highly trained and dedicated staff who provide excellent care. Our computerized systems ensure confidentiality and continuity. We aim to set a standard for medical care hence we continue updating and upgrading to ensure that you get the best.
We are recruiting to fill the position below:
Position: Intensive Care Nurse

REF: 2018 ICN 09

Location: Abuja
Qualifications 
Candidate should have the following qualifications:
* Registered Nurse/Midwife Certification. She must be registered with Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria with current practicing licenses.
* With at least 2 years post qualification experience.
Application Closing Date
16th November, 2018.
Method of Application
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Note: Only qualified candidates will be contacted.

Vacancies for Nurses in Abuja Nigeria

The following staff are needed in a CHILDREN’S hospital in Abuja:
POSITIONS
1. Matrons (Senior, experienced nurses)
2. Staff Nurses (experience with children is an advantage).
Retired nurses can apply.
METHOD OF APPLICATION
Applicants should please submit CV (photograph and 2 referees included) to dreamcitychildrenshospital@gmail.com
NOTE:
Kindly indicate the position that you are applying for in the mail.

Kenyan Nurses Threaten Strike Over Increased License Retention Fees

Crisis is looming in the health sector after the Kenyan nurses association differed with the regulator over allegedly raising annual deductible retention fee up to Ksh.6,000 from Ksh.1,000.

National Nurses Association of Kenya (NNAK) claims that the fee was hiked without any consultations.

They are now threatening a nationwide strike and are demanding the removal of the Kenya Nursing Council (KNC) Board should the new fee remain unamended.

They are now threatening a nationwide strike and are demanding the removal of the Kenya Nursing Council (KNC) Board should the new fee remain unamended.

Speaking in Machakos during the 60th annual scientific conference, NNAK Chairman Alfred Obengo blamed the nursing council of Kenya for tailoring Bills that are not friendly to the members.

“We are giving the government an ultimatum to work on this issue reduce the retention fee or we go on streets on 7th of November,” he said.

He added that they will petition the Cabinet Secretary of Health for what they term as autocratic leadership of their regulator.

The official further castigated the council for failing to consult stakeholders in decision making, a move he termed as oppressing and offensive to the nurses.

His sentiments were echoed by his vice chair Moses Chirchir who said the terms originated from an individual.
Source: https://citizentv.co.ke/news/kenyan-nurses-threaten-nationwide-strike-over-new-fees-215031/

Nursing Training Allowance Replaced With Students Loan?

The nursing students allowance has been replaced with students loan, Pulse.com.gh has sighed documents suggesting so.

The document is an admission letter of the Damango Nurses and Health Assistant’s Training College in the Northern Region.

The admission letter, dated 24 August, 2018, states in part that the admitted student will not be on an allowance.

“You may request for a loan as you will not be allowance. The process will be explained to you on arrival at the College,” the letter signed by the College principal said.


When did this happen

The letter did not state when the allowance was replaced with students loan.

The Ghana Health Service, which supervises nursing and midwifery colleges in the country, has not spoken on the matter.

The letter emerges two days after government announced that it has released GHC38 million for the payment of allowances in arrears to the nursing students.
Why is it a big deal?

The John Mahama administration cancelled the allowance drawing protest from the nursing students.

Then candidate Nana AKufo-Addo promised to restore it when he is elected president.

He kept his promise and restored the allowance effective September 2017 to the joy of the trainee nurses who had complained about the hardships they faced without those funds.

Are people calling on government to scrap the allowance?

Educationist Professor Stephen Adei has asked the Akufo-Addo administration to stop paying trainee teachers and nurses allowances.

He said the monies used to pay those allowances can be invested in Technical and Vocational Education Training (TVET).

“It is time to put the required emphasis on TVET because of its critical role in national development. By technical and vocational education and training we are talking about aspects of learning directed towards the acquisition of knowledge, competencies and know-how to undertake trades and occupations that require practical and applied skills as well as applied scientific knowledge as opposed to general arts or even basic science education”, he said.
Source: Ghanaian Pulse