Arunachal: Hope Health Centre starts Nursing training programme



Hope Health Centre Bhalukpong, Arunachal Pradesh  started Home Nursing training programme  of a period of one year which empowering the youths of the area.

” Hope Health Care Centre ” at Bhalukpong which is run by a local doctor Dr. Jumsang Sidisow said that apart of the one year training course a stipend of Rupees 1000 per month will be given to the students. free accommodation with water and good electricity supply.

During a period of one year the students will be posted in different departments like Emergency, OPD, Inpatient wards, Labour Room, Operation Theatre,   Pharmacy and Drug store, X ray, Ultrasonography, and Medical laboratory.

At end of one year the candidate will be ready as a Multitask health care provider.

He said that the main motto to began with such course is to get employment in the much needed health care facilities in the far flung and interior area of district and state and empowered and become skilled.

The candidate may actually work in interior villages where there is no Doctors and render tremendous health services and earn livelihood.

The said skilled workers may work in any of the private hospitals anywhere where this type of multitask talented staffs are much needed.

They can work as Nursing aid or Assistant. They can even work in Government services as health assistant or Asha health provide or ward Boy of Ward Girl.

This program is purely for Poor School drop out boys and girls and It targets to Empower the youths of the Society.

Minimum qualification for getting selected for this program is Class Eight Pass. Selection of candidates  purely depends on the Hospital Authority.

Interested Candidates may come and meet the Hospital Authority.



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