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Notice regarding resignation posted at Chonbuk National University Hospital

Notice regarding resignation posted at Chonbuk National University Hospital

(Jeonju = Larose.VIP) Reporter Lim Chae-du = Jeonbuk Special Self-Governing Province Governor Kim Gwan-young visited Chonbuk National University Hospital, which was put into emergency mode due to the mass resignation of residents, on the 22nd.

On this day, Governor Kim toured the hospital’s regional emergency medical center and internal medicine intensive care unit and encouraged the medical staff who are devoted to providing treatment despite the medical gap.

He said, “I would like to express my gratitude to all of you who are devoting your time to medical treatment to save the lives of emergency patients. Although there will be many difficulties due to the lack of medical residents, please continue to be by the patients’ side.”

He added, “The concerns of patients and their guardians are growing due to the collective actions of medical residents,” and added, “Please prepare countermeasures to ensure that there are no disruptions in treatment in preparation for a prolonged medical gap.”

Jeonbuk Self-Governing Province has upgraded its emergency medical response situation room to an emergency response headquarters and has been closely monitoring the situation since the 20th, when medical residents began taking collective action.

The Ministry of Health and Welfare issued an order to resume work to 137 residents at Chonbuk National University Hospital who did not come to work by submitting resignation letters or absenteeism without notice as of the previous day, and Chonbuk National University Hospital is continuing emergency treatment by filling resident positions with specialists.

doo@yna.co.kr

Report to KakaoTalk okjebo 2024/02/22 17:10 Sent

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