UPTH Resident Doctors Suspend Strike

In a joint press briefing Thursday in Port Harcourt, Rivers State capital, which was led by the Chief Medical Director (CMD) Prof. Aaron Ojule, with other senior staff of the hospital and the leadership of the resident doctors, call for immediate resumption of duty by all staff of the hospital.

Prof. Ojule said:
“We by this press briefing inform the general public that the issue in contention have been amicably resolved and normal healthcare delivery service would resume in this hospital from 8: am October 21, 2016. And we came out of these crises stronger than we were.
“Thing has been amplified by the current economic recession with associated inflation and fluctuation in the foreign exchange market. These factors have largely increased the cost of inputs in the delivery of healthcare services.
“In consideration of this challenging operating environment, management wishes to inform the general public of a possible marginal increase in the cost of service in the very near future in order to sustain good quality healthcare services.”

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