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Reg 2 healthcare workers recognised for selfless contribution to society

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In a heartfelt tribute to their unwavering commitment and invaluable service on the frontlines of healthcare, Region Two Regional Health Services, in collaboration with the Regional Democratic Council (RDC), honoured nurses and midwives on Saturday.
The event, dedicated to celebrating the tireless efforts of nurses and midwives in providing essential care to the people of Pomeroon to Supenaam, aimed to recognise their dedication and pivotal role in shaping the healthcare landscape.
This year’s commemoration, themed “Our Nurses Our Future, the Economic Power of Care,” underscored the profound impact of their contributions on both individual lives and the wider society.
Speaking at the event, Representative of the Prime Minister and Chairman of the Health and Sanitation Committee in the Region, Arnold Adams extended heartfelt gratitude to the nurses and midwives for their outstanding contributions to society.
He assured them of the government’s unwavering support through the Health Ministry, promising to uphold their best interests and provide a conducive environment for their continued service.
“Healthcare is paramount, and we deeply appreciate the invaluable contributions of our nurses and midwives,” Adams stated while emphasising their indispensable role as the lifeline of the healthcare system.
Further, Regional Health Officer (RHO), Dr Ranjeev Singh, echoed similar sentiments, expressing profound appreciation for the nurses and midwives’ dedication and hard work across various specialties.
He emphasised that nursing is more than just a profession – it is a noble calling dedicated to serving humanity. He highlighted the pivotal role nurses play in the healthcare ecosystem, highlighting their irreplaceable value in society.
Meanwhile, Mayor of Anna Regina, Devin Mohan commended the nurses for their remarkable impact on society, describing them as beacons of hope to countless individuals.
He extended heartfelt gratitude for their selfless contributions and announced the dedication of an entire week to celebrate their exemplary service.
As a token of appreciation, awards were presented to outstanding nurses, midwives, and community health workers across various healthcare facilities along the Essequibo Coast.
Notable awardees included Lavita Persaud as the OJHD Most Outstanding Nurse; Adassa Albert as the OJHD Most Improved Nurse and Anette Singh as the OJHD Most Punctual Nurse.
In addition, Alicia Lynch-Bell was honored as the Public Hospital Suddie Outstanding Nurse; Sister Locrecia Inniss as the Public Hospital Suddie Most Professional Nurse; Cassia Wallace as the Public Hospital Suddie Most Improved Nurse; and Niomie Rampersaud as the Public Hospital Suddie Most Punctual Nurse.
Further, Patricia Ramnauth was recognised as the Most Improved Nurse in Primary Health Care; Natasha Best Layne as the Most Professional Nurse; Malacie Sealey as the Most Punctual Nurse, and Dianne Sandy as the Most Outstanding Nurse, all in Primary Health Care.

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