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Yaroslavl hospitals short of 1,300 medical workers

In the Yaroslavl region there is a huge shortage of medical personnel in public hospitals. This was announced at a meeting of the health care committee of the Yaroslavl regional Duma by the head of the health care department, Sergey Lugansky. Currently, there is a shortage of 575 doctors of various specialties and 726 nurses and paramedics in the region.

The most acute shortage of therapists, general practitioners, anesthesiologists, resuscitators, paramedics for FAP. An acute shortage of therapists is felt even in large cities. So, in polyclinic number 5 in Yaroslavl on the Tutaevsky highway, out of 13 therapists, only 4 actually work on the staff list.

The head of the Depzdrav said that first of all it was necessary to provide specialists for the main reception link. But how – has not yet specified.

According to statistics from the Ministry of Health, 976 doctors resigned last year in hospitals and polyclinics in the region. 740 new doctors were employed in their place. 1,900 nurses and paramedics resigned, 1,488 specialists were hired instead

Sergei Lugansky said one of the options for replenishing the workforce could be targeted training at a technical school and a medical university, followed by employment in area hospitals.

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