On board of doctors Svetlana Hotina offered doctors either to work honestly, or to leave

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Today under patronage of the head of department of health protection of the regional state administrationSvetlana Hotinathe board with chief physicians of the Nikolaev area took place.

Svetlana Grigoryevna, without speaking, I called the most "problem" medical institutions and I called to account their chief physicians in a circumlocutory manner and начмедов, guilty I allocated with reprimands, and I warned: one more time - and dismissal.
Main problems- discrepancy to sanitary standards, problems with documentation on charitable contributions, rough violations in work with addresses of citizens.

Svetlana HotinaI reported that already practically checks from the Prosecutor General's Office the other day will begin. I promised that all will be checked: efficiency of use of the equipment, procedure of introduction of charitable contributions, documentation, food, medicines and reaction to addresses of citizens.

- Can't work - write applications! - I recommendedSvetlana Grigoryevna.

And sorting a situation with ensuring food, even I sang a line from "Nautilus" - "Held down by one chain, connected by one purpose", - having accused of dishonesty of work of suppliers and contractors.

- It at you near by occurs, means and you are interested in that, - Svetlana Grigoryevna rebuked. - You there that, hold competition who will cut a gammon more small? Why if the portion provides the whole gammon, you cut it on five - six parts, and then someone home carries away heavy bags? ! The chief physician has to know that in the menu at his patients.

Upon violations in the medical sphere it was already excited and transferred to regional prosecutor's officetwo criminal cases. ThereforeSvetlana HotinaI urged doctors to prepare for the next checks and seriously to be adjusted for work and cooperation.

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