the Group of GPs in Zone announced mobilizations as of next week, alleged unfulfilled promises from the Ministry of Health.
From the order, they announced that there are uncoordinations in public entrance competition, difficulties with executions of education obliged by the government and stimulus removal by doctors from extreme areas.
mobilisations starting this Monday with more than 2,500 paralyzed doctors nationally.
The group explained that there is breach of agreements from Minsal in the field of specialized education, expansion of program offerings according to the number of doctors and the creation of 830 scholarships.
“I don't think the ministry has any responsibility with a promise that was not fulfilled, but merely an open negotiation of working conditions for these professionals, "said the Minister of Health, Jaime Manalich
“One of the most relevant points is when they are incorporated as doctors in training to the plant and therefore to the antiquities and there we have had a difference of opinion with the controller, in the sense that it has been estimated that they can be considered part of the plant, ”he added.
Guild: The effort the ministry is making is questionable
Vice-President of the Association of General Practitioners of Zone, Sebastian Glaria, talked to The Cooperative Journal and explained that there is currently an undertaking signed by the Assistant Secretary of Health, Arturo Zúñiga, which has not been fulfilled.
"It is a commitment that had been attempted before the Secretary undertook a progressive effort, in which we have asked the Ministry and tried to insist that this came, that we need more training places, but they couldn't reach the same offer last year, so the ministry's efforts are highly questionable, "Glaria said.
“We have seen that the Ministry has had one this year management that is not much for of grouping and of the public policy that the generals in the zone mean, it is more a reactionary measure for the entire year's leadership rather than just this commitment, "he added.
Although training quotas have been increased by 18 percent in recent years, scholarships rejected.
“We are open to dialogue, though we need a serious proposal, formula, and it really shows a commitment to maintaining what is the strength of primary care and the attention that goes to the most vulnerable Chile, "he said.