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Arawa School of Nursing Must Be Prioritised, says Vilosi


By Fabian Hakalits – EM TV, Buka

The Arawa Health Centre’s stance is for the proposed school of nursing to immediately enroll its first intake in 2016.

Resident Medical Doctor, Joe Vilosi says the capacity problem urgently calls for more manpower.

The reconstruction of the Arawa School of Nursing is a dream that Dr Joe Vilosi would like to see happen. The clinical staff capacity problem is a signpost for an emergency response from both the national and Bougainville health departments’ to act.

Dr Vilosi is against the health authorities’ decision to build the nursing college in 2020, he claims it’s far too late.

The health centre is in desperate need for more clinical staff to facilitate medical care.

A strong appeal to authorities, for the decision to be reviewed, because health deals with human lives.

He called on stakeholders and the health centre’s board to work together for common good.

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