IMA convenes to discuss agreement reached with Treasury

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August 24, 2011 10:06

 
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The board of the Israel Medical Association convened on Wednesday in order to discuss the possible approval of an agreement reached with the Finance Ministry that would put an end to the doctors' work dispute which has gone on for more than four months.

The agreement was reached after more than a week of negotiations between the two sides, mediated by Dr. Yitzhak Peterburg, formerly director-general of Clalit Health Services and currently president and CEO of Cellcom.

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