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The head physician of a hospital in Primorye resigned after complaints

The head physician of a hospital in Primorye resigned after complaints
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The chief physician of the Dalnegorsk central city hospital, Sergei Yudin, resigned of his own free will. He received many complaints from both staff and residents.

According to the press service of the Primorsky Territory government, Sergei Yudin was appointed to the post only in February 2020. During his work, many complaints were received, including collective ones, both about his work and about the institution. As noted in the regional Ministry of Health, the main complaint about his work is a ride to reduce places for the provision of medical care.

Earlier, high hopes were pinned on Sergei Yudin. He had to put in order financial and economic activities, solve the problem with personnel and drug supply. The former chief physician made the decision to dismiss after the working trip of the Governor of Primorye Oleg Kozhemyako to Dalnegorsk: local residents complained to the head of the region about the unsatisfactory work of the chief physician and the hospital.

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