Complaints against Crimean physicians increased tenfold

The residents of annexed Crimea began experience all shortcomings of medical innovations. The number of complained against doctors in Crimea has grown tenfold.

4 November 2015 13:00

Crimeans have begun to complain about healthcare workers more often. Alexander Golenko, Crimean Health Minister, said that nearly 50 complaints from patients are considered every day, Sobytiya Kryma news portal reports.

“It is very unpleasant that many complaints are written rashly. Therefore, instead of addressing the issues of the system, experts constantly deal with complaints, considering each case separately,” said Golenko.