Sunday, May 26, 2024
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Nurses graduate from inaugural program

Aspen Medical celebrated a significant milestone with the graduation of the inaugural class of 37 nurses from its Graduate Nurses Program.

The intensive 12-month program was specifically designed to address the clinical skill gap and enhance the quality of patient care and was structured for nurses who recently completed their internships and wanted to join the Aspen Medical team at Ba and Lautoka Hospitals.

This a one-of-a-kind post-internship nursing program in Fiji focused on specialised midwifery and general nursing disciplines.

It enabled the graduates to refine their skills and establish a clear path towards advanced specialities and opportunities.

Throughout the program, the graduates benefited from personalised mentorship and
participated in monthly educational sessions led by clinical experts.

These sessions addressed key areas such as emergency nursing, maternity, and paediatrics care, ensuring a comprehensive and practical training experience.

Aspen Medical Chief Operations Officer in Fiji, Barry Herberts, said, “As a nurse myself, it’s
warming to see that the profession in Fiji is in great hands and that they will continue the
incredible work nurses everywhere do on a daily basis.”

The next intake of the Aspen Medical Graduate Nurses Program will be in July 2024, which
coincides with the completion of the nurses’ internship at the Ministry of Health.

Reginald Chandar
Reginald Chandar
Head of News & Sports |


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