Due to a pattern of indiscipline, two doctors at a hospital in Tabora, Tanzania, have been fired.
A heated session in one of the hospital's wards is alleged to have taken place between the two men. On an internship basis, one of the medics is employed at the hospital. Patient complaints were raised with the hospital's administration, according to Mwananchi.co.tz, when the duo's antics on the ward became too much for them. When the Kaliua District Commissioner (DC) Paul Chacha met with the health professionals, he suspended the employees and issued them with citations. A disciplinary panel has already been created to look into the problem, according to Chacha, and a decision will be taken when the investigation is complete. "This individual, if he or she is an intern, should be monitored to see how he or she is doing. You shouldn't just stand by and watch him do it. His name will be included in a bad report "Chacha expressed himself in this manner.
Patient indignation erupted after the trainee doctor was suspected of having sexual encounters with a nurse on the hospital, prompting the nurses to file a complaint. According to the authorities, no action will be taken until it is absolutely necessary. Following another doctor's suspension for performing abortions in violation of state law, this is the latest development.
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