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Kamchatka hospital doctors write open letter to Putin

Kamchatka hospital doctors write open letter to Putin

Doctors of the Penzhinsky district hospital in Kamchatka wrote a letter to the authorities and law enforcement authorities asking them to deal with salaries and expired products that are fed to patients. Doctors addressed the message to Vladimir Putin, the governor of Kamchatka, the head of the Penzhinsky district, the Russian Ministry of Health, Rostrud and the Investigative Committee.

Hospital workers are asked to organize an audit in the institution to determine the legality of the actions of the head physician and hospital administration. Doctors suspect that the hospital has double-entry bookkeeping, since the Ministry of Health and the district administration are provided with salary data that exceeds actual payments.

Doctors also said that, unlike colleagues from other medical institutions in the region, they did not receive incentive payments. And to those to whom payments were resumed, in the end they began to receive a lower salary. Incoming specialists do not receive lifting equipment, which is why there is a constant lack of personnel in the hospital.

In addition, hospital staff reported that there are a lot of products in warehouses without certificates and expired. Food is prepared from this for patients, but there is no meat, dairy products and fruit for dietary nutrition. The document was signed by 40 employees of the hospital and the general practitioner’s department of the village of Manila.

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