Okwuonu said that the association was determined to advance quality healthcare services in the state through effective collaboration with the state government.
According to him, NMA is driven by its vision to foster effective and efficient healthcare delivery to the public as well as promote high ethical standard among its members.
“The association is willing to collaborate with government agencies that engage in programmes and policies geared towards delivery of standard, quality and non-compromising healthcare services.
“NMA will continue to work assiduously to ensure that quality healthcare service is delivered to the good people of Abia,” Okwuonu said.
Okwuonu also charged the government to equip and rehabilitate the general hospitals in the state to make them viable.
He said that COVID-19 pandemic had placed extra pressure on health workers, hence the need for government’s intervention to motivate them.
He said the initiative would serve as a moral booster for other health workers in the state.
Okwuonu further said that the new NMA executive under his watch would work tirelessly to pursue the welfare of its members and promote policies and programmes designed to improve the health sector.
Edited By: Dorcas Jonah/Sam Oditah (NAN)
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