The Nurses and Midwifery Council (NMC) is facing a potential suit from one of the health training institutions it listed as part of the fake Nursing Training Colleges.
According to the St. Andrews College of HealthCare based in the Central Region, the NMC must right the wrongs it has created by publishing its name as part of the blacklisted nursing schools in Ghana.
According to the director of St. Andrews College of HealthCare, Dr Richard Asiedu the Nurses and Midwifery Council has no right to malign his institution which is not under the NMC but the National Vocational and Technical Institute (NVTI) in Accra.
“We cannot take this. We have no option than to head to court. I have instructed my lawyers to begin the process, and we have to stop them from perpetrating further wrongs against us,” he said in an interview with Joy News.
The NMC published a list of nursing training institutions in the country that do not have accreditation and thus have to cease operations.