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Nigerian Private Nurses Salary Survey

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How Much Do You Earn As A Private Nurse in Your Hospital, School, Company?

Below 50K
3
27%
50K - 100K
6
55%
100K - 300K
2
18%
300K - And Above
0
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Re: Nigerian Private Nurses Salary Survey

Unread post by Kunle Emmanuel » Thu Feb 09, 2017 12:46 pm

Adedotun Ajiboye Olajide Very poor
Opara Nwanna Sylvia No scale ......pay anything .....very sad!!!!!
Alexander Elizabeth Nneka Scale keh....Dont be surprise if some r collecting 40-50k....
Chinwe Ononye 40-50k is even big, some collect 20-30k
Chinenye Awusaku Okey Hell No! That's like 50 dollars in a month. Jesus have
mercy!
Ejikeme Chisom It's 30k am collecting.... Please if there is a better one please do lemme no... Or send a text or call 08072282075...i will be grateful and appreciate you
Hope Nduka When I worked in private in abia state ,I started with 7k and u can imagine
Lawal Tolani Do market survey,so as to know how much others are paying but if it's not a reasonable amount,you can increase your own
Quin Esther Oluwanifemi Some r collecting 18k.... Of which a School cert. sales girl collect such as monthly salary
Prince Chinedu It's a pity for you all. See the amount of money you are mentioning. This is shameful! Can any medical doctor be paid less than a 100k in any setting? The reason is simple... there are so many nurses in the labor market, so if you don't take the peanut they are paying, so many others are willing to collect it. I have always advocated for a review of the Nursing & Midwifery Act 1979 to provide for the Universities as the only statutory institution for the training of Nurses & Midwives. This will reduce the number of nurses that are being pumped out from various schools of nursing across the federation, thus increasing the demand for nursing services and consequent increase in salary!
Ogumu ChrisPat Auxiliary "Nurses" are taking over d whole private hospitals and those quacks are ready to take any amount and doctors are not helping matters at all they prefer taking quacks because they believe they make more profits working with quacks in d aspect of salary. There is one private hospital in one state in Nigeria they have 14 quacks and 2 registered nurses. Imagine d type of care they are rendering there.


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Re: Nigerian Private Nurses Salary Survey

Unread post by Kunle Emmanuel » Thu Feb 09, 2017 12:51 pm

Prince Chinedu There's an urgent need for an overhaul of the Nigerian healthcare administration. The Part C, Section 38 (C) II of the Code of Medical Ethics in Nigeria should be looked into, so as to ensure that private practitioners employ only registered nurses in their establishments. Also, the Company And Allied Matters Act of Nigeria should be reviewed to specifically state the number of registered nurses a private practitioner should employ before an approval will be issued for the establishment of a private clinic.
Prince Chinedu Unfortunately, Nurses are not involved in politics, hence they do not partake in the policy making processes that directly affect their own profession. So unfortunate!
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