Tag: Gozo General Hospital

Steward blames government over recruitment of foreign nurses in Gozo

Steward Healthcare is insisting that the government’s failure to release Gozitan nurses employed in Malta for transfer constrained it to recruit foreign nurses in the Gozo General Hospital, a move that has seen the Malta Union of Midwives and Nurses call for industrial action.

Steward urged to reconsider deployment of foreign nurses in Gozo

The Association of Gozitan Employees in Malta is urging Steward Healthcare to reconsider its decision to deploy foreign nurses in the Gozo General Hospital when a number of Gozitan nurses working in Malta have long been waiting to be transferred there.

Cassola asks Standards Commissioner to investigate Gozo direct order

Former Alternattiva Demokratika chairman and independent candidate has written to the Commissioner for Standards in Public Life George Hyzler requesting an investigation into the direct order given by the Gozo Ministry to Downtown hotel where elderly residents have been transferred.

Social Care Standards Authority says Gozo hotel is “adequate”; Issues recommendations

The government said that follow up visits will be conducted in the coming days to ensure that the issues highlighted were being addressed.

10 health workers at Gozo General Hospital quarantined – Steward Health...

Ten employees at the Gozo General Hospital have been quarantined after being exposed to coronavirus.

Sant’Anna residents and staff relocated to a hotel in Victoria

Steward Health Care Malta announced it has completed the move of 72 elderly residents together with staff from Residenza Sant’Anna at Gozo General Hospital to the Downtown Hotel located in Rabat Gozo.

Barts Medical School integrated in Gozo’s COVID-19 preparedness

Steward Healthcare announced that Barts Medical School in Gozo is being used in supporting the Gozo community in the fight against COVID-19.

Watch: Avoid using Gozo ferries unless necessary – Camilleri

Speaking in parliament, Camilleri spoke about the measures being taken to prepare the sister island for the novel coronavirus, Covid-19. Earlier on Thursday, Speaker Anġlu Farrugia turned down a request by the Opposition to suspend Parliament’s agenda to discuss the coronavirus outbreak in today’s sitting.

Motorcyclist grievously injured in Xewkija traffic accident

The police said that the incident happened at around 1.15pm on Triq l-Imġarr, when a collision between a motorbike and a car which was being driven by a 58-year-old man from Żebbuġ happened.

Steward Health Care submits application for St Luke’s hospital redevelopment

Steward Healthcare announced that the redevelopment will increase accessibility to open space and gardens within the campus grounds, enhance community cohesion by integrating the main entrance and Pjazza San Luqa, and incorporate an on-site car park.