Editorial Ta Nea: Problems at National Health System hospitals are the rule

One must set aside temporary measures for understaffing – such as limited-time transfers of doctors from one hospital to another – and urgently seek solutions that will be effective in the long run.The lack of anaesthesiologists at the Agia Sophia Children’s Hospital in Athens had led to a suspension of surgeries.The health ministry responded to the protests of doctors with a two-month transfer of two anaesthesiologists from other hospitals.This grave problem, on which Ta Nea had reported, was widely publicised.Yet, as our report today reveals, serious problems remain at the country’s largest children’s hospital.They linger because the problem of understaffing ...

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