Kuala Lumpur, July 1 (Bernama)-A shortage crisis involving healthcare professionals at Kuala Lumpur Hospital (HKL) and Tunk Aziza Hospital (HTA) was announced today.
The ministry stated this in today’s statement to clarify the letter sent by HKL, and after the junior doctor (floater) moved from the hospital on July 18, there was a shortage of medical officers at both hospitals. It was revealed that it was.
MOH stated that transfers from HKL medical officers are the normal procedure for implementing instructions and processing occasional staff transfer requests.
“The letter issued by HKL’s management aims to undertake an internal restructuring to ensure that the healthcare delivery system continues to operate smoothly, especially in the HTA emergency department.
“With the transfer of medical officers from HKL and HTA on July 18, 2022, MOH also plans to transfer medical officers from other states to HKL and HTA on the same day as the change,” the statement said. States.
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