Aggrieved Medical Doctors at the Saint Anne’s Hospital (previously often called West Gonja Hospital) in Damongo within the Savannah Region have served sturdy discover to docs outdoors and with intentions of accepting posting or switch to the Saint Anne’s Hospital to assume twice earlier than saying sure.

According to them, the general working circumstances particularly cost of allowances amongst others are in dangerous style.

“We only want to tell them before they take the risk in accepting posting here like we did few years ago because we are in a fixed. And so, we have agreed that this time around, we are tired because for almost a year, we have not been paid our allowances.

“Not only that, our top ups are also in arrears from January this year up to date. Our fuel allowances are equally in arrears. Everything now seems to be in arrears”.

Poor working conditions: Medical officers that want to come here will have to be careful - Aggrieved Medical Doctors of St. Anne's Hospital

They continued, “we have written letters and proposals and all that and nothing meaningful has come out of it. And we want to say that, medical officers that want to come here, will have to be careful else, they will have themselves to blame”, they cautioned.

JoyNews sources at the Hospital shared a year lengthy experience of failed negotiations and guarantees between them (Doctors) and the Chief Executive Officer of the Hospital, Mr. Peter Paul Aakyier.

They lamented that since July final year, they have not been paid their stewardship allowances regardless of sequence of engagements with the the Hospital.

They additionally indicated that not even the intervention by the Savannah Regional Minister, Saeed Muhazu Jibril, for rectification has yielded something constructive.

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