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200 CLINICAL CLOSES IN GREECE … THE GOVERNMENT STILL PLAYS WITH OUR LIVES

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Radical “Reformation” comes to the NHS. Hyper-appointed governors in the NHS each department, who will have the “key” for all hospitals in their area. Moreover, sweeping changes will be (administrative and health levels) in public hospitals with 10% of clinics to close permanently by the end of the year, a measure that involves extensive travel and personal.
The program of “reformation” is described detail in the law on transplants voted last Thursday. According to this, each district hospitals in the country are interconnected and managed by a single governing body. Chairman of the Board designated the commander of the largest number of beds in a hospital in the region (excluding psychiatric hospitals). From the administrative model is excluded Attica, Piraeus and Thessaloniki by the large number of health facilities available, so in those regions syndioikisi will involve two or three hospitals regardless of administrative boundaries of the county.

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