FG Lifts Suspension on Residency Training Programme, Recalls 16,000 Sacked Doctors
The Federal Government has gone back on its earlier decision to suspend the Residency Training Programme by lifting the suspension placed on 16,000 residents’ doctors in the country.
The lifting of the suspension of the programme according to the government takes effect in all federal hospitals with effect from Thursday, 28th of August, 2014 (yesterday) while the ongoing appraisal of the programme continues.
It also reinstated all resident doctors that were disengaged as a result of the suspension with effect from the same date.
Accordingly, all Chief Medical Directors and Medical Directors of the training centres are directed to issue letters of reinstatement to the resident doctors to enable them resume work immediately.
The Federal Government urges the resident doctors to see the magnanimity of government in reinstating them as a goodwill gesture to engender greater commitment and dedication to their duties.
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