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‘Japa syndrome a major thr£at to our healthcares’ – CMD of FMC Yenagoa cries out

Dr James Omietimi, the Chief Medical Director, of Federal Medical Centre, Yenagoa in Bayelsa, has decried the effects of the mass migration of medical professionals out of the country.

Omietimi stated that the mass migration, known as Japa syndrome, has negatively impacted the healthcare delivery system in Nigeria.

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He said that FMC Yenagoa and many hospitals nationwide are understaffed because most medical professionals have left the country

He added that those medical professionals left are overworked due to the shortage of manpower.

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The CMD called for the retirement age for medical health workers to increase from 60 to 65, or even 70 years, as it was done in other professions like university lectures and judges.

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Omietimi reassured the general public of the hospital’s commitment to providing medical services, in spite shortage of clinical personnel. [CONTINUE READING HERE]>>>>

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