Beilison Hospital employees protest violence against nurse

February 26, 2012 10:21


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In protest of violence against a male nurse in the emergency room, employees at Beilinson Hospital in Petah Tikva closed the ward for two hours Sunday morning.

Due to overcrowding in internal departments Monday night, many patients were left waiting for admission in the emergency room; one of them got angry and threw a chair at the nurse.

With the permission of the Health Ministry, MDA will not take casualties to the emergency room in Beilinson Hospital during the hours of the protest.

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