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    Mimosa promises more support as 69 nurses graduate at Masvingo General


    Hospital tops national midwifery exams in the country


    MASVINGO - Winston Chitando the executive chairman of MIMOSA Holdings and Mining Company has promised more support to Masvingo General Hospital including renovating the institution's theatre.
    Speaking at the hospital's 9th graduation and prize giving ceremony where 69 general nurses that included 31 midwives graduated Chitando assured guests that the mining giant was going to continue supporting the hospital.
    He however, warned the graduates that the nursing profession was not a bed of roses where one enjoys himself or herself.
    "Because of the broad nursing knowledge, proficient caring skills and professional caring attitude that you have acquired through this school; patients, their families, country and the world at large, are the beneficiaries of such expertise. Nursing profession is not a bed of roses because you have to deliver the best quality results for you to be appreciated."
    Grace Madondo, the Tutor in Charge said Midwifery program managed to maintain a hundred percent pass rate.
    "All midwives graduating passed the Nurses' Council National Examination at first attempt. General nursing program has obtained a 100% pass rate and first position nationwide for group C 2013 graduating today."
    Hubert Fidze, who is Masvingo Mayor urged the new nurses to be their best at workplaces.
    "It is often said that nurses are overworked, undervalued, and underpaid. Bearing that in mind, I personally find that there is nothing more satisfying for me than nurturing and encouraging new nurses to be their best and perform well, whether at school or at the workplace."
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