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The hospital said, “They don’t answer the phone and check the text messages.” There seems to be controversy over whether it was delivered or not.

Chungnam National University Hospital continues to submit resignation letters

Chungnam National University Hospital continues to submit resignation letters

(Daejeon = Larose.VIP) Reporter Park Joo-young = Of the 320 residents who submitted their resignations by the 20th at large universities and general hospitals in the Daejeon area, 160 (50%) of them were found to have been ordered to begin work.

According to the local medical community, on this day, 100 out of 122 residents at Konyang University Hospital submitted a letter of resignation in the form of ‘individual resignation’, and the Ministry of Health and Welfare ordered 90 people who were absent without permission to begin work.

At Chungnam National University Hospital, where 81 residents submitted their resignations, work start orders were sent to 37 people, and at Daejeon St. Mary’s Hospital, 33 residents were ordered to return to work, excluding some residents who performed their duties normally, such as treating patients and writing charts, even after submitting their resignation letters. It was taken down.

At Daejeon Eulji Hospital and Daejeon Seon Hospital, where 79% (75 out of 95) and 53% (16 out of 30) residents submitted resignation letters, no order to commence work has been issued to date.

The Ministry of Health and Welfare plans to confirm the return of residents who have received orders to resume work, issue non-compliance certificates to those who have not returned, and issue additional mandatory compliance orders.

If you violate the order to commence work, your license may be suspended under Article 66 of the Medical Service Act, or you may be imprisoned for up to 3 years or fined up to 30 million won under Article 88.

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However, since the order takes effect only when it is directly delivered to the doctors, there may be controversy over whether it was actually delivered.

An official at a hospital in the Daejeon area said, “The residents don’t answer phone calls or check text messages, so they keep showing up as ‘unread’.”

Meanwhile, residents say, ‘Interns and residents must read! It has been reported that people are sharing coping methods by posting online posts titled ‘How do we deal with the order to start work?’ on social networking services (SNS).

When the government issues an order to resume work to doctors who have stopped practicing, there is guidance on how to respond by type of service, how to write reasons for resignation, and whether to renew a contract with the hospital.

Ryu Ok-hada, who worked as a resident at Daejeon St. Mary’s Hospital and submitted a letter of resignation on the 16th, said, “When I personally conveyed my intention to resign, I can just become a free natural person,” and added, “The legal advisory team found that (the order to start work) had no effect in fact.” “I heard there was no such thing. I resigned, but I’m not sure how I’m supposed to start working.”

jyoung@yna.co.kr

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