26 February 2015
The Democratic Nursing
Organisation of South Africa has labelled unfair and mischievous the move by
private hospital groups in submitting an inquiry into the Private Health high
Denosa President Simon
Hlungwani in a statement said private hospitals need to close shop if their
business models are solely based on underpayment of health professionals who
are the engine of their core business.
He said that what they are
doing and saying is just to undermine Nurses and we do know that, they continue
to use elementary staff to conduct nursing duties, which is contravening and
compromising nursing care.
“We call upon them to develop
those people, instead of complaining and contravening, what is available in the
law.” Hungwani said.
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