Nursing school gets vehicle

National, Normal

The National, Thursday August 1st, 2013


PUBLIC servants in Morobe have been urged to “walk the talk”  in delivering services to people in the rural areas.

Governor Kelly Naru said this when presenting a vehicle to the Braun Hospital School of Nursing in Finschhafen on Tuesday.

“Just stop the talk; instead walk the talk and action the talk to achieve reality as per commitment, budget and on time,” he said.

“Public servants in provincial divisions need to align their thinking capability in line with political leaders’ visions and aspirations.

“As I am speaking, the container of materials for aid posts for Nawaeb district is sitting at the Lae wharf.

“It is awaiting clearance to be shifted to Boana and I am not sure who is responsible.”

The vehicle was in line with Naru’s presentation of K100,000 to the hospital to buy a blood screening machine.

Another K50,000 to cater for the hospital’s operations was also presented.

Lutheran health services national secretary Ultch Tapia urged health workers and public servants to improve their performance and service delivery to the people.

The hospital service extends beyond Finschaffen to other parts of the country.