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Patients who came to the hospital early due to concerns about medical teams, stood in front of the reception desk when it was not open.

Hospitals “Professors and others prepare for emergency duty”… a messy atmosphere

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(Daegu = Larose.VIP) Reporters Gwansik Yoon and Subin Hwang = “I don’t know how long I can hold out.”

Yeungnam University Hospital in Daegu, where 65 residents, including interns and residents, left the hospital (as of the 19th).

On the morning of the 20th, it appeared chaotic with patients and their guardians trying to receive treatment.

As residents left the hospital and a ‘medical crisis’ became a reality, patients and citizens who came to the hospital to register for treatment as early as possible stayed in front of the unopened reception desk.

Mr. A, who visited the hospital, said, “The patient is in critical condition, but we are seeing too much damage,” and pointed out, “There has been a lot of backlog of surgeries. We need to receive sufficient medical benefits as patients, guardians, and family members, but the situation is too crowded.”

He said, “As a doctor in Korea, how much vested interest do you have? All you have to do is take care of the doctor’s food. The doctor in charge also said that it is okay for now in the current situation (leaving the specialty), but there may be problems later.”

The doctor at the hospital said, “I’m just working hard right now,” and said, “It’s burdensome to talk about the current situation.”

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An official at Yeungnam University Hospital said, “We are trying to continue providing essential medical care,” and added, “Residents and professors who did not resign will fill the positions of residents who resigned.”

The situation was similar at Kyungpook National University Hospital. The tension caused by the departure of the major was evident.

On this day, a message was posted on the central emergency medical center’s general situation board the morning before that it was not possible to accommodate cerebral hemorrhage patients on weekday nights, weekends, and public holidays due to the anesthesiology department’s circumstances.

There were citizens waiting in the emergency room of Kyungpook National University Hospital for nearly 20 hours.

Citizen A said, “I have been waiting since 3 o’clock yesterday afternoon to get a blood test. I can’t sleep or eat, and I’m waiting without an appointment, and it’s driving me crazy. When I went to Chilgok Kyungpook National University Hospital, they told me to get an additional test there.”

An official at Kyungpook National University Hospital said, “Only the emergency medicine department and essential maintenance personnel remain.”

An emergency room official said, “Currently things are going back to normal, but we don’t know how long we can last.”

An official at Daegu Catholic Hospital said, “We are keeping a close eye on the emergency room and holding emergency response meetings from time to time. Except for the residents, professors and other doctors are also preparing for emergency duty.”

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