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The Ghana Ministry of Health (MoH) has publicly communicated that a total of 120 trained Ghanaian nurses have been exported to serve in Barbados under a two-year contractual agreement with the health ministry of Barbados, Gossips24.com reports.

Citing from the report by the ministry, they received a total of 600 applications from trained nurses but only shortlisted 120 to serve at Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Bridgetown located in Barbados

The 120 shortlisted people are made up of the following specializations 12 cardiac care nurses, 21 critical care nurses, eight emergency room nurses, six operating theatre nurses, three ophthalmic nurses and 70 registered general nurses.

This move is under the auspices of the Barbados nursing job initiative spearheaded by the Barbadian government.

Source: Gossips24.com

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