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Payments for COVID-19 received with violations by doctors in the Khabarovsk Territory

Payments for COVID-19 received with violations by doctors in the Khabarovsk Territory
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After complaints from health workers in the Khabarovsk Territory about lost payments for working with coronavirus patients, the prosecutor’s office began checking. Violations were identified in six cities of the region.

According to the prosecutor’s office of the Khabarovsk Territory, verification continues in connection with non-receipt of salary payments for special working conditions for employees of medical organizations in the region. City and district prosecutors met with teams of medical institutions to find out how their rights are respected

During the audit, it turned out that in Komsomolsk-on-Amur, payments to doctors and paramedics of the ambulance station who came in contact with coronavirus patients were not paid on time.

The prosecutor made a presentation to the chief doctor of the ambulance station, after which 42 ambulance workers received payments, including two doctors - 100 thousand rubles each, 27 paramedics and 13 drivers - 50 thousand rubles each.

In Bikin, the prosecutor challenged an internal payment document, which was signed by the head physician of the Bikinsky Central District Hospital, which was contrary to federal law. Also in Bikin, the facts of untimely and incomplete payments were confirmed.

Similar violations were identified by prosecutors of Komsomolsk-on-Amur, Nikolaevsk-on-Amur, Vyazemsky, Ulchsky, Khabarovsky districts, Krasnoflotsky and Industrial districts of Khabarovsk.



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