Training of midwives at PNG's ANGAU hospital improves

 Training of midwives at Papua New Guinea's ANGAU hospital has improved; responses to eclampsia, bleeding during and after pregnancy, and dealing with complications during delivery; example; breech.  

Midwife and Nurse Manager of the Birthing Ward Sister Florence Nick, said, certain complications are now well managed by midwives. 

Training of midwives at PNG's ANGAU hospital improves [Photo by Australian High Commission, PNG]

Georgina, a young mother who recently had her second delivery at the Hospital confirmed how helpful the midwives were.  

“This time I saw plenty of nurses and they checked me thoroughly before delivery and were there to ensure the smooth delivery of my baby, so I am really thankful for that,” said Georgina.  

The ANGAU Hospital Redevelopment project is empowering skilled and responsive clinicians including midwives to deliver informed and compassionate patient care.

 The ANGAU Hospital Redevelopment is the largest Australian infrastructure project in Papua New Guinea since independence. 

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Source: Australian High Commission, PNG

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