Health workers at the Bungoma County Referral Hospital have called off their strike after reaching an agreement with the county government.
Kenya Health Professionals Society said they would resume work after entering a return-to-work formula.
Bungoma Chapter Chair, Simon Omari, said they had agreed to the terms the county government had sent.
Omari said they were happy with the resolution by he governor to have the Council of Governors have their issues sorted.
Bungoma Governor, Ken Lusaka, said the county government was keen on engaging all stakeholders in the health sector.
Mr Lusaka said that there was a problem with the transition process and promised the society that they will engage with all relevant authorities to ensure that they are heard.
The professionals had downed their tools for what they termed as blatant discrimination by the county government.
Kenya Health Professionals Society said the county and national government were in negotiations with two cadres of the health sector leaving out other 17 sectors.
Mr Omari said the health sector comprised of various people from clinical officers, health administrators, records and information officers to mortuary attendants yet the government was only engaging doctors and nurses in salary and allowance increases.
Omari said the health workers have helped run hospitals in the wake of the ongoing doctors’ strike yet they were not being considered for any allowance increment.