Recruitment of Graduate Nurses for 2022–2023

The Ministry of Health has established a date for the recruitment of these graduate nurses after obtaining financial approval for the 2019 trained nurses from public nursing institutions around the nation.

The Ministry of Health has taken note of how these newly graduated nurses have been protesting to voice their complaints to the government in recent days.

This has caused the ministry to reassure the prospective nurses who are protesting that they have not been ignored by the government and that they would be assigned as soon as feasible.

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According to a letter from the Ghana Health Service and the Ministry of Health, the recruitment process will start on November 10, 2022, so all public graduate nurses from the 2019 batch should start gathering their paperwork to satisfy the requirements in order to avoid stress and joblessness during that time.

The requirements for the recruitment include the following;

• Qualified applicants must be a graduate from the 2019 batch of trainees.

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• Must complete a public well-recognized nursing training college and have passed all their courses

• Must be registered under the Registered Nurses and Midwives Association.

• Must possess all academic and professional certificates

There is no fee that applicants must pay before applying. They will shortly be informed throughout the application process that they must log in to the Ghana Health Service recruiting portal.

The government has since warned that the importance of nurses to our nation cannot be overstated and that there is no need to be concerned about their recruitment. Nurses with degrees, diplomas, and certificates will be hired by the Ghana Health Service in November.

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Therefore, it is advised that these newly graduated nurses maintain their composure and avoid worrying because measures have already been taken to quickly integrate the 2019 class into the Ghana Health Service.

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