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Seoul National University College of Medicine Professor Kim Yoon was shot and appealed against increasing the number of medical schools… Professor Kim: “It’s just a matter of opinion.”

Korean Medical Association advertisement published in a domestic daily newspaper

Korean Medical Association advertisement published in a domestic daily newspaper

(Seoul = Larose.VIP) Reporter Kwon Ji-hyun = The Korean Medical Association (KMA) has started promoting the argument against the expansion of medical schools, including placing an advertisement on the front page of a newspaper ‘sniping’ at professors who support the expansion of medical schools. The professor refuted this by saying, “It’s a claim without systematic analysis.”

On the 21st, the Korean Medical Association published an advertisement in a domestic daily newspaper with the phrase, “Professor! Do you know why your students act like that?” The professor’s name was not included in the advertisement.

Joo Soo-ho, public relations chairman of the Emergency Response Committee of the Medical Association, hinted at the target of the ‘sniping advertisement’ at a press briefing on the day, saying, “When discussing the advertisement in question, the name of Professor Kim Yoon of Seoul National University School of Medicine, who is in favor of increasing the number of medical schools, was mentioned.”

Professor Kim is a doctor who serves as a professor in the Department of Medical Management at Seoul National University College of Medicine and is a representative figure who argues that the number of medical schools needs to be increased. On the 20th, he participated in a televised public debate with a government panel as a proponent of increased troops.

The Korean Medical Association said in an advertisement, “Residents have endured hard labor in the hope that they will be able to open a private practice if they become specialists, but the reality is miserable.”

He also said, “While the number of doctors and patients at high-level general hospitals has increased, the number of clinic-level outpatients has decreased by 35% over the past 20 years, and there are 6,277 clinics that have removed the specialty sign because they do not have patients in their own specialty.”

He then said, “The government says it will kill doctors by producing about 5,000 new doctors every year and discourage private practice by banning mixed medical treatment between paid and unpaid medical services,” he said, explaining the group action of medical residents.

Regarding his name being mentioned in a phone call with Larose.VIP, Professor Kim said, “I have no intention of responding right now,” but pointed out, “Isn’t revealing my name through a press briefing the same effect as putting my name directly in an advertisement?”

Next, regarding the grounds for opposition to the medical school expansion and essential medical care policy package stated in the advertisement by the Korean Medical Association, they refuted, “They say the number of patients in clinics has decreased, but haven’t they increased their income by increasing non-covered treatment?”

Regarding the claim that the number of doctors who have removed the specialty label has increased, he said, “Support for essential medical specialties, such as raising fees and relieving the judicial burden on medical accidents, is all included in government policy.” He added, “The medical association and residents are increasing the number of doctors.” “The actual reason for opposition is that the government’s essential medical care policy prohibits mixed treatment and contains regulations on making money through non-covered treatment, such as opening the beauty and plastic surgery market,” he said.

He emphasized, “If all the doctors leave universities and general hospitals and open non-reimbursed clinics, we will not be able to solve the problem of essential medical care.”

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