NEW NURSES AND MIDWIVES WELCOMED TO BLACKTOWN AND MT DRUITT HOSPITALS
Written on the 29 February 2016 by Kevin ConollyMember for Riverstone, Kevin Conolly MP today joined 43 new nurses and midwives on their first day of induction at Blacktown hospital to welcome and congratulate them as they begin their service in the NSW hospital system.
Kevin Conolly said the NSW Liberals & Nationals Government has made a record investment in the recruitment of nurses and midwives."More than 5,300 nurses and midwives have joined the health system since we came to office, taking the state's nursing and midwifery workforce to more than 49,000, with more than 2,000 graduate nurses and midwives will join the system this year, helping us achieve our commitment to increase the nursing and midwifery workforce in this term of government" Kevin Conolly said.
"Whether it's investing in new hospitals, enhancing existing facilities or recruiting more nurses and midwives, this government is delivering improved health services for the people of this state, and I'm thrilled to welcome the 43 new nurses and midwives to our region, who will join our local hospitals and deliver quality care to our community" said Kevin Conolly."I wish the new nurses and midwives beginning work this year all the very best. They are learning from the best and are in very capable hands," Kevin Conolly said.
Author: Kevin Conolly
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