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Implementation of hospital emergency measures… Reduced treatment and surgery operations are inevitable.

Resignation letter from resident at Chonnam National University Hospital

Resignation letter from resident at Chonnam National University Hospital

(Gwangju = Larose.VIP) Reporter Park Cheol-hong = Residents at major hospitals in Gwangju and Jeonnam, who submitted their resignations all at once, stopped working from the morning of the 20th, putting the hospital’s operation in emergency condition.

According to Chonnam National University Hospital, 224 of the 319 residents, or about 70%, submitted their resignation the day before and did not come to work this morning.

Even considering that the hospital’s starting time is 9 a.m., it was found that a significant number of residents did not come to work due to absenteeism.

At Cho University Hospital, about half of the 108 residents who submitted their resignations by the previous day did not come to work that morning, and the remaining residents are expected to refuse to work sequentially by self-waiting.

It appears that 26 residents at Gwangju Christian Hospital will no longer work from today, following their resignation the previous day.

If all 332 residents who have been working as hands and feet at Chonnam National University and Chosun University Hospital, representative tertiary hospitals in Gwangju and Jeonnam, leave, it is expected that disruption in medical care will be inevitable.

Chonnam National University Hospital and Chosun University Hospital plan to deploy both specialists and assistant nurses (PAs) to carry out treatment and surgery normally.

Some hospitals believe that the situation will prolong and have mobilized all available doctors, including full-time doctors (fellows) and clinical professors, to establish an emergency on-call operation plan until the end of March.

As the situation of medical residents leaving hospitals has become a reality, the Ministry of Health and Welfare will begin an on-site inspection of tertiary hospitals in the Honam region this morning.

We plan to issue an order to resume work (return to work) to residents who have left their medical duties, and if they do not comply, we plan to take measures such as suspending their medical license and file a complaint.

An official at a hospital in Gwangju expressed concern, saying, “It appears that there will be no immediate disruption in treatment due to the departure of residents, but if the situation prolongs, a reduction in surgery and treatment will become inevitable.”

pch80@yna.co.kr

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