Doctors sign resignation letters at Meir, Rambam hospitals

August 7, 2011 17:36

Dozens of striking doctors on Sunday signed letters of resignation at Meir Hospital in Kfar Saba and Rambam Hospital in Haifa, Israel Radio reported.

This occurred while negotiations were under way between the Israel Medical Association and the Finance Minister. As such, doctors were not planning on tendering their signed resignation letters at least while negotiations continued, according to the report.

Leading this move were Rambam Hospital's Professor Yehuda Olman and Meir Hospital's Dr. Zvi Klein, the report said.

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