Hospital residents functioning as usual

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October 16, 2011 17:27

 
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The functioning of hospital departments in the center of the country, where mass resignations by more than 500 medical residents had been threatened before Succot have returned to normal, although medical activities are always reduced during the intermediate days of the festivals. Negotiations over salaries and conditions including the Treasury, other employers, the Israel Medical Association and residents’ representatives are described as being held in a "good atmosphere."

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