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Restructuring Greek health: hospitals evacuated, patients transferred, workers…

Eight hospitals, 1,618 people personnel, 450 patients, hundreds of appointments and dozens of surgeries are being relocated, re-disposed and postponed in the context of “restructuring” Greece’s public hospitals system ESY. In an action that is expected to conclude in 25 days, hospitals are being evacuated, patients transferred and surgeries postponed. …

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State Hospital Doctors on Strike, July 20

Tomorrow is the day you wish it wasn’t. Temperatures will rise up to 40/41 degrees Celsius, the taxi drivers will be strike, the state hospital doctors will have a work stoppage from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. At the same time the state hospital personnel will have a 24-hour strike. …

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Strike of the Day: Doctors in Greece, Feb 3

“A strike per day keep the doctor away?”. No, that’s not funny…. All ESY-hospital doctors in Athens and Piraeus will be on strike today, Thursday, Feb 3, 2011. ESY doctors in other Greek regions will have a 4h work stoppage. IKA doctors will continue their strike until tomorrow, Friday.

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Meds oppose new working hours in Greek State Hospitals

While some (patients) were delighted to see Greek hospitals work also in the afternoon, some other (doctors) didn’t spare a single smile on the decision.   The Athens Medical Association brings to justice the ministerial decisions and requests its annulment denouncing it as “unconstitutional.” In a statement, the Athens Medical Association strongly opposed the full-day operation …

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Greek State Hospitals to work also Mo-Fr 15:00-22:00

Starting on December 1, 2010 state hospitals of  ESY will operate also in the afternoon, daily from 15:00 to 22:00. The new working hours affect the main hospitals in Athens and Piraeus like Attikon, Tzanneio, Gennimatas and Chicldrens’ Hospital Agia Sofia. More hospitals like KAT, Evaggelismos, Erythros Stavros, Metaxas, Tzaneio etc.,  …

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