NAN recalls that on September 21, JOHESU members of the centre joined the nationwide indefinite strike declared by the national body of the union.
Federal Medical Centre
Professor Adewole who has been monitoring and coordinating the Health Ministry’s intervention noted that the Federal Medical Center in Makurdi has been on ground deploying medical personnel involved in surveillance and follow-up activities…
Eyewitnesses said Peace and his opponent, Divine Ndudim, aka Defence, were rushed to Federal Medical Centre
The News Agency of Nigeria learnt on Thursday that the baby is currently receiving medical care at the Federal Medical Centre, Yenagoa, the Bayelsa State capital
Adejo, who made this known in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria in Jos on Wednesday, cautioned that the frequent use of such shoes could cause distortion of the spine structure and other spinal injuries
Ikpeazu also presented gift items to all the nursing mothers in the Post-Natal Ward of the hospital
The president said information at their disposal indicated that it was only at FMC Yenagoa that resident doctors were being owed 52 per cent of their salaries since January 2016
The Nigeria Labour Congress has appealed to President Mahammadu Buhari to intervene in the six weeks old strike by staff of the Federal Medical Centre, Owerri, Imo State. The appeal was contained in letter signed by the President of the…
"The unsatisfactory conduct exhibited by the striking health professional union under the aegis of the Nigerian Union of Allied Health Professionals has become very embarrassing."
The management threatened to give the corpses mass burial within seven days should their relatives and friends fail to come and claim them, describing their abandonment as “worrisome”
The strike is about the seventh of its kind in the past one year. The current strike, it was learnt, was as a result of “the foot dragging by the management of the hospital in enlisting their staff into the Integrated Personal Payroll…
Dzuachii said that dead bodies from the Falani/Tiv war in Gbajimba, Guma and Gwer communities had overstretched mortuary facilities at the FMC