Reorganization Of Medicine In The Orenburg Region: For The Benefit Of People Or Due To Lack Of Funding?

Reorganization Of Medicine In The Orenburg Region: For The Benefit Of People Or Due To Lack Of Funding?
Reorganization Of Medicine In The Orenburg Region: For The Benefit Of People Or Due To Lack Of Funding?

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"How long can you tolerate lawlessness?" Since the beginning of January, the most widely read publications of the regional media have been devoted specifically to the medical problem. In the city hospital 1, the head physician was replaced, this post was taken by Denis Durchenkov, who previously headed the city hospital 3. The maternity hospital on 8 Marta Street, where only “covid” women in labor have been admitted since October last year, will work as usual. Expectant mothers with coronavirus will be assigned to special hospitals. In general, eight antenatal clinics, obstetric hospitals and gynecological hospitals will become part of a single clinical perinatal center. In the official Instagram account of the Orenburg Ministry of Health, it is said about the joining of the city hospital 6 to the Orenburg regional clinical hospital 2. It is reported that polyclinics and medical staff will also be attached to it. At the same time, the number of patients in a medical facility will grow sharply from 20 thousand to 86 thousand people. It is known that all the positions of medical workers will be retained, and the rates of other specialists - lawyers, accountants, drivers - may be reduced. “We will be able to quickly bring the new departments of the hospital to a high level of medical care, which already exists in OOKB 2,” the official Instagram account of the Ministry of Health states with confidence. This publication has received a large number of comments from residents of the region. People clarify, ask questions, are indignant. “I understood that narrow specialists for the whole city will be admitted to one polyclinic. Elderly people who have a bunch of sores, hypertension, heart disease, whose leg or arm is broken, will trudge across the city to get medical help. And even try to sign up. How long can you endure this chaos? " - Ksenia Antonova, a resident of Orenburg, is outraged. “Is it possible to put things in order first in the existing conditions, and then increase the load? Yesterday I was at the reception at the city polyclinic 1. The appointment was at 10.30, the appointment was at 11.30. The appointment lasted 10 minutes, then I had to wait for the directions for tests to be printed. Computers don't work. Printers do not print. The supervisor said that nothing can be done,”one of the patients complains. Another nuance directly related to medicine is the reduction in payments from the Mandatory Health Insurance Fund. According to regional authorities, the main reason was the decrease in the number of inhabitants of the region. According to formal indicators, the amount of financing will be 1.8% higher than in 2020, but taking into account inflation, this will be approximately 2.4% less than before. "The health care system is in deep crisis" This problem is seriously dealt with by the ONF expert, coordinator of the "For Fair Purchases" project, lawyer Dmitry Boldyrev. According to him, 11 out of 25 medical institutions in the Orenburg region will soon be abandoned. The Abdulinsky interdistrict hospital will include the institutions of the Matveyevsky and Ponomarevsky districts, the Sol-Iletskaya, the Akbulaksky hospital will be attached, the Eastern territorial interdistrict hospital will receive specialists from Yasny, Dombarovsky and Svetlinsky districts and so on. “Large medical centers will be created, and narrow specialists will be sent to different municipalities on a rotational basis. All this causes the professional community and we have doubts: will this not lead to the fact that the medical staff, who are forced to leave home for a long time, simply will not want to work like this or will not be able to cope with it. Let me remind you that in our region there is a distance of about 100 kilometers between some settlements, and in winter, with heavy snowfalls, routes are often blocked.This practice would be normal in European countries, or partly in central Russia, but not here,”notes Dmitry Boldyrev. He is sure that these measures will only increase the burden on doctors, who are already having a very difficult time. Moreover, there is practically no change of elderly professionals working in rural areas. Young doctors do not want to leave the city for an area where there are no conditions for a comfortable life, the infrastructure is not developed. According to the expert, this issue caused a negative reaction from residents of the entire region, partly because they were faced with a fact, they were not warned in advance about possible changes. At the same time, people see that in some areas even the primary health care unit has been reduced, they have no one to turn to for help in case of urgent need. “In fact, our minister admitted that the entire health care system of the Orenburg region is in a deep crisis. She confirmed that many hospitals have colossal financial problems, accounts payable, and there is a lack of specialists. The main thing that I understood from the minister's speech is that today we are entering a period of anti-crisis measures. They have no choice but to solve the personnel and financial problems of institutions by such methods,”concludes Boldyrev. Photo: FederalPress / Victor Vytolsky, Elena Atalykova

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