Hospital takes on new staff
MUNICH – Uwe Ullrich, the chairman of the German Medical Association (Deutsches Union Deutscher Akademie für Arzneimittel) said the new management team would address the issues raised in last week’s press release issued on behalf of the association.
Ullrich said there were four main issues with the statement issued by the association:
1. Lack of clarity between the statement, that patients will receive a refund for their surgical interventions, and their hospital.
2. The medical council has no authority over the board of the hospital, but the doctor can ch카지노 사이트ange his/her opinion 바카라사이트by speaking with the medical council. This puts an important control over the operation on patients, including the outcome, he said.
3. Patients’ rights must be respected. “The decision of the Board of Regents and the surgeon on surgery is not in anyone’s hands. But as a surgeon the doct바카라or has the right to decide for himself whether or not he wants to continue the surgery. We do not accept that the surgeons themselves are deciding which hospital a patient goes to.”
4. The doctors’ contracts are legally binding, meaning all the hospital has to do is to follow the doctors’ instructions to the letter, said Ullrich.
This situation in Germany has become more severe as a result of the influx of foreigners, in particular from China. “The fact that we have not had the same medical facilities and practices for patients from all over the world should not, in itself, lead to such a reaction,” said Ullrich. “The problems are so severe that they lead to patient alienation.”
The hospital has received an average of 1,400 referrals per month in the last five years, of which one in every five require a long-term medical evaluation. In a press statement dated May 13, the head of the district hospital said he has received 3,400 of the referrals. One doctor, for example, has been admitted to the hospital for a year from the beginning of this year. According to doctors, the patient is often extremely ill at that time.
Ullrich said the management in Berlin is now taking care of this problem, so that they can concentrate on improving facilities and their policies for patients.
Dr. Michael Dölker, assistant professor of surgery in the hospital, said he hoped the new management team in Berlin would make a “very effective step” to alleviate patient alienation.