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Ghana Physician Assistant Association continues to struggle for clearance for thousands of its members

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The President of the Ghana Physician Assistant Association, Peter Ayamba, has expressed concern over the prolonged delay in securing clearance for over 2000 of their members.

According to him, despite the numerous calls and petitions, these healthcare professionals are still left in limbo, uncertain about their employment status.

Speaking on A1 Radio, Mr. Ayamba conveyed his disappointment, stating that the prolonged wait has taken a toll on the morale of these physicians, as many of them have started to lose hope in the process.

President Ayamba noted that the dedication of the leadership in following up on the matter is key as they continue to engage with relevant authorities, urging a prompt response to the long-pending issue.

“We believe that the inclusion of these skilled healthcare professionals is crucial, especially given the current global health needs. So, we will continue to engage the employer, and we also want our members to have hope.”

The President, therefore, urged their employer to recognize the expertise and commitment of these physician assistants and expedite the clearance process.

Source: A1Radioonline.com|101.1MHZ|Moses Apiah|Bolgatanga|

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