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Gachon University Gil Hospital

Gachon University Gil Hospital

(Incheon = Larose.VIP) Reporter Son Hyeon-gyu = Amidst the medical community’s opposition to the government’s policy of expanding the number of students admitted to medical schools, residents at Gachon University Gil Hospital also submitted letters of resignation.

According to Gil Hospital on the 16th, some of the hospital’s residents recently individually submitted letters of resignation to the hospital. The exact number of people who submitted their resignations was not disclosed.

There are 196 residents, including interns and residents, working at Gil Hospital, and it is known that other residents are also moving to submit their resignations.

It has been reported that Gil Hospital does not plan to accept their resignation letters in accordance with government orders.

According to the Medical Service Act, if a medical professional suspends treatment without justifiable reasons, the Minister of Health and Welfare or the provincial or provincial governor may order ‘commencement of work’.

If doctors do not comply with this order, they may be subject to not only a one-year suspension but also up to three years in prison.

Previously, residents at the so-called ‘Big 5’ hospitals in the metropolitan area, including Seoul National University, Severance, Samsung Seoul, Seoul Asan, and Seoul St. Mary’s Hospital, also submitted resignation letters by the 19th and announced that they would stop working from 6 a.m. on the 20th, causing a growing repercussion. there is.

An official at Gil Hospital said, “We are currently unable to determine the exact number of residents because residents submitted their resignations individually,” and added, “It will likely take some time to collect them.”

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