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Government approves financial clearance for about 3000 health professionals

General News of Thursday, 24 September 2020

Source: GNA

2020-09-24

Dr Bernard Okoe-Boye, Deputy Minister of HealthDr Bernard Okoe-Boye, Deputy Minister of Health

Dr Bernard Okoe-Boye, the Deputy Minister of Health, has announced that the government has concluded a financial clearance process for about 3,400 Allied Health professionals across the country.

He said the financial clearance would give the opportunity to the health professionals to apply for postings, which would be open soon in the coming weeks to the various public health facilities across the country.

“We had a backlog of close to 4,000 people. As we speak, the government has given financial clearance for about 3,400 and the portal will be open in the coming weeks for them to go online and apply and be posted across the country,” he said.

Dr Okoe-Boye gave the announcement at the 8th induction and swearing of oath ceremony of Allied Health graduates organized by the Allied Health Professions

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3,400 health professionals get clearance to apply for postings

General News of Wednesday, 23 September 2020

Source: www.ghanaweb.com

2020-09-23

Deputy Health Minister, Dr Bernard Okoe BoyeDeputy Health Minister, Dr Bernard Okoe Boye

Deputy Minister of Health, Dr Bernard Okoe Boye, has disclosed that financial clearance has been secured for about 3,400 Allied Health professionals across the country.

The clearance enables health professionals to apply for postings to various public health centres spread across Ghana.

“We had a backlog of close to 4,000 people. As we speak, the government has given a financial clearance of about 3,400 and the portal will be open in the coming weeks so they can go online and apply and be posted across the country,” Dr Okoe Boye told Citi News on Wednesday, September 23, 2020.

The Deputy Minister was speaking during an induction ceremony for 170 Allied Health graduates on Wednesday.

The induction ceremony was held at the behest of the Allied Health Profession Council.

The issue of a lack

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