GUNTUR: Showering praises on the nursing staff at Government General Hospital (GGH), Guntur, Indian Red Cross Society (IRCS) Guntur chapter vice-chairman and disaster management committee chairman Penmatsa Ramachandra Raju has said that nurses and paramedical staff have performed exemplary courage in the fight against Covid-19. He said that cool presence of the nursing staff is playing pivotal role in bringing the patients back to normalcy. IRCS volunteers visited GGH exclusively applaud the services of nursing and paramedical staff on Tuesday.
He urged the nurses to get ready to take up more challenges in the future with the similar courage. He said that every person in the healthcare system have shown how different they are from the rest of the society with their services.
GGH superintendent Dr DS Raju Naidu said that they were confident about their staff of handling Covid-19 without much difficulty as they effortlessly handled the challenges during swine-flu, dengue and diarrheoa-hit the region in the past. He said that challenges are not new for the medical professionals and they were always ready to face them.
He said that Red Cross felicitation had only increased their responsibility and exuded confidence that they would handle it with more care. Orthopedic wing HOD Dr Ramana SSV thanked the IRCS for organizing the programme as it motivated their spirits. IRCS volunteers gave rose flowers to the nurses and applauded their services with claps. Nursing superintendent Padmavathi, Asha Sajana, N Vijayalakshmi, Manju, GGH RMO Adinarayana, BJP leader Jupudi Rangaraju, SVS Lakshminarayana were also present.

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