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Gyeongnam Province minimizes medical gaps by extending public hospital treatment hours

Movement of majors across the country to submit resignation letters

Movement of majors across the country to submit resignation letters

(Changwon = Larose.VIP) Reporter Jeong-Hoon Lee = In Gyeongnam, residents (interns and residents), mainly at university-level hospitals, collectively submitted letters of resignation on the 19th in opposition to the government’s plan to increase the number of medical school students.

In Gyeongnam Province, as of 6 p.m. on the 19th, 351 residents at four hospitals submitted resignation letters, including 138 residents at Pusan ​​National University Yangsan Hospital, 121 residents at Jinju Gyeongsang National University Hospital, 71 residents at Sungkyunkwan University Samsung Changwon Hospital, and 21 residents at Changwon National Gyeongsang National University Hospital. It was confirmed that it was issued individually.

The number of residents submitting resignation letters increased by 30 compared to the 3 p.m. count.

In Gyeongnam, 479 residents work in 10 teaching hospitals.

Among them, residents, including those dispatched to four university hospital-level hospitals, including Yangsan Pusan ​​National University Hospital (163 people), Jinju Gyeongsang National University Hospital (146 people), Sungkyunkwan University Samsung Changwon Hospital (99 people), and Changwon Gyeongsang National University Hospital (39 people) There are 447 people.

Gyeongnam Province has determined that the remaining six teaching hospitals, including Changwon Fatima Hospital, Hanmaeum Hospital, Masan Medical Center, Daewoo Hospital, Yangsan Hospital, and Bugok National Hospital, where a total of 32 residents work, with 3 to 13 residents, have not yet submitted resignation letters.

Gyeongnam Province explained that there has not yet been a medical vacancy as the Korean Medical Resident Association submitted a resignation letter by the 19th and decided to stop working after 6 a.m. on the 20th.

Gyeongsangnam-do Province announced that it will prevent medical gaps, focusing on essential emergency medical services, by extending treatment hours at public hospitals in accordance with the guidelines of the Ministry of Health and Welfare.

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