CONFERS CERTIFICATES TO NURSES
Netcare Education conferred certificates to 25 professional
nurses during a graduation ceremony held at Queen 'Mamohato
Memorial Hospital on Thursday.
The graduates completed a one and half year training
specialising in areas of accident and emergency, intensive
care unit and theatre.
Speaking at the event, the Director General of Health
Services in the Ministry of Health, Dr Mpolai Moteetee
congratulated graduates for pursuing special courses in
their training, noting that this will be beneficial to
She noted that lack of emergency skills contributes to high
rate of maternal mortality in the country and such
challenges can only be defeated if nurses are competent.
In conclusion, Dr Moteetee urged the hospital staff to
efficiently and effectively serve Basotho.
Sharing same sentiments, Head of Netcare Education, Mrs. Toy
Veermak expressed her gratitude and satisfaction for seeing
the fruits of their work.
She reminded nurses of their responsibility, urging them to
have the capacity to provide unconditional care to patients
as well as to remain competent.
Mrs. Veermak congratulated the graduates and further urged
them to continue in learning and to share their knowledge
with other staff.
On behalf of the graduates, Miss Nthuseng Ts'osane expressed
their appreciation to the hospital and Netcare Education for
granting them an opportunity to further their studies,
She noted that the training was a long journey for them as
it was full of challenges.
She concluded by urging her colleagues to serve Basotho with
love and passion.
This is the first bunch of Netcare Education graduates since
the inauguration of Queen 'Mamohato Memorial Hospital. There
were 50 students (professional nurses) who enrolled for the
training but only 25 managed to complete their training.
Source: LENA 21/09/2012