In addition to the medical staff of Crimea, who are giving up their jobs in droves due to low wages, the hospital patients also suffer from "improvements" as they have to sit in long queues.
But at the same time the marketers of the private clinics do not miss the occasion to offer their paid-for services, which, however, are not always better and more efficient than in public health facilities.
The network has photos taken in Kerch hospital. While waiting to see a doctor in the hallway, a crowd of patients is watching an advertisement of some private clinics.
- TV advertising of private clinics while you are turning sour in a line for free medical care. If you do not want to stand in line and get help in a month - come to us and feel that life is amazing, social network users commented on the situation.
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