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Minister Lee Sang-min inspecting the emergency medical care system

Minister Lee Sang-min inspecting the emergency medical care system

(Seoul = Larose.VIP) Reporter Yang Jeong-woo = Minister of Public Administration and Security Lee Sang-min visited Gyeonggi Provincial Medical Center Icheon Hospital on the 25th and inspected the emergency medical treatment system related to doctors’ collective actions.

According to the Ministry of Public Administration and Security, during his visit to the hospital that day, Minister Lee confirmed the working status of residents in Gyeonggi Province and the emergency treatment system, including 24-hour emergency room operation and 2 hours and 30 minutes of overtime on weekdays.

In addition, we received a report on the hospital’s status from the hospital director and listened to the difficulties faced by on-site medical staff, including measures to strengthen hospital personnel, facilities, and equipment due to overtime work.

Minister Lee Sang-min inspecting the emergency medical care system

Minister Lee Sang-min inspecting the emergency medical care system

In Gyeonggi-do, 9 regional emergency medical centers, 34 regional emergency medical centers, and 30 local emergency medical institutions function as emergency rooms 24 hours a day, minimizing gaps in care.

The six hospitals affiliated with Gyeonggi Provincial Medical Center have extended treatment hours until 8 p.m. on weekdays and have prepared emergency treatment measures, such as organizing and operating an emergency shift team to prepare for the influx of patients.

Minister Lee said, “The role of public medical institutions has become very important at a time when the medical gap caused by collective action by doctors is becoming a reality,” and added, “I am grateful to the medical center officials for their dedication and hard work.”

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