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Ukrainian physicians to help Polish healthcare system
October 19, 2017   
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PM Beata Szydlo is keeping a low profile in the ongoing hunger protest of physicians to avoid being the face of potentially failed negotiations between the doctors and the health ministry, Gazeta Wyborcza daily writes citing a person close to Szydlo.
Health Minister Konstanty Radziwill reportedly does not enjoy a strong position in the government and the ruling party won't hesitate to get rid of him if the protests exacerbate, unnamed party insiders told the daily.
The Polish government will also seek to bring in doctors from Ukraine to fill gaps in the Polish system and reduce doctor wage pressure. Works are underway to ease procedures to bring in Ukrainians for defined positions, sources in the Health Ministry and in Ukraine tell the daily Dziennik Gazeta Prawna.
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