Hospital Association: Lack Of Doctors Burning Problem

  • 25 Apr 2018 12:31 PM
  • Hungary Matters
Hospital Association: Lack Of Doctors Burning Problem
The lack of doctors in Hungary’s health-care system is the most critical issue facing the sector, according to the head of the country’s hospital association.

At the organisation’s congress held in Eger, in northern Hungary, Mihály Svébis said one of the most important tasks was to replace missing health-care professionals.

Whereas emigrants account for 12% of all Hungarian health-care personnel, the rate of people leaving the profession domestically is above 16%, he said.

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