NARD Reveal Number of Resident Doctors Lost in Two Years

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The Nigerian Association of Resident Doctors, NARD, has revealed that Nigeria has lost about 2800 resident doctors over a period of two years.

National President of the Association, Innocent Orji, disclosed that a total of 800 resident doctors traveled out of the country from January to August, noting that the number does not include consultants and other doctors.

Orji explained that the exodus of doctors to foreign countries had continued to weigh down the healthcare delivery and service in Nigeria.

The President decried the poor condition of service and welfare of health workers in Nigeria and called for adequate remuneration, as well as infrastructural development in the hospitals across the country.

Written by: Helen Obih

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