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'Serious disaster in Mashonaland Central hospitals'

30 Dec 2017 at 06:59hrs | Views
Dear Editor,

Please help me implore the Minister of Health and Child Care David Parirenyatwa to visit hospitals in Mashonaland Central in the new dispensation.

Since the new president Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa said the voice of the people is the voice of God let God speak to you cde Parirenyatwa.

We are seeing serious disaster in Mashonaland Central hospitals namely Guruve, Mvurwi Concession to mention but a few.

Since the issue of resources is a national disaster, it is our wish you also tour these hospitals and not to just sit in your office as if everything is rosy at the expense of suffering patients.

At Guruve hospital patients are bringing their own blankets from home and in some instances they sleep on the floor.

Mvurwi they are so many dilapidated ambulances and we hear the doctor rents a house yet a matron lives in hospital house far from hospital.

I believe a matron should be close to patience, of late we heard people died due to gross negligence by nurses.

At Concession patients are being neglected if you do not anyone there you will suffer.

We turn to administration patients in these hospitals are eating cabbage after cabbage when the administers conduct their meetings they eat sumptuous meals.

May l also make it clear to you honourable Minister that health workers in these hospitals are also clearing bovines without proper channels at the same time soliciting for bribes.

Hope to see you soon in these hospitals.

Let us make Zimbabwe working again .

Yours faithfully

Concerned Citizen

Asante Sana!

Source - Concerned Citizen
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