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"It is essential to give the professionals the personal, material and structural means necessary to carry out their work, which will have a direct benefit for both the patients and the health personnel of our Public Health area."

On April 11, 2017, from the Delegation of the Trade Union Section of CCOO of area III of Health, representing the workers of the Emergency Service of the Hospital Rafael Méndez, a letter addressed to the management of the Murciano Health Service denouncing the labor precariousness that affects the collective of nursing workers of this service.

"Already last February, due to the complaints that users of the Health Area of ​​Totana made us arrive, which revealed the obvious shortcomings of staff in the various services of the Hospital Rafael Mendez, as well as in the Centers Of Health of this Zone, we raised to plenary a motion requesting the end of the precariousness in the contracting that occurs in Area III of Health. "

It is now the workers and workers of the nursing group who publicly state the reality of an unsustainable situation of lack of human and material resources to be able to carry out their work and attend to the users of the Emergency Department in the best conditions.

They denounce the "comparative grievance with respect to the resources of other MSS Emergency Services with ratios similar to those of Rafael Méndez," and that "the little investment in Area III ERs, compared to others in the Region, is causing Users receive second-rate care "which is an injustice that should not be tolerated.

They also state, among other things, that "the nursing / patient ratio is among the lowest in the Murcian Health Service and does not comply with the recommendations of the Ministry of Health, which is especially worrying in the observation rooms of serious patients", reaching The figure of fourteen patients per nurse in the emergency department, which is clearly an unbearable ratio that contravenes the minimum standards of quality of care recommended by a nurse for every four users in this type of special service.

Since December 2015, this situation has been brought to the attention of the delegation and the need to take action in this respect by different bodies, with no results, since it is evidence that the situation has worsened with the passage of time. weather.

We urge the Ministry of Health and the Management of the Murcian Health Service to respond to the following demands of the group of workers of the Emergency Department of Health Area III:

-Increased staffing of Nursing and Technicians in Nursing Auxiliary Care.

-New material equipment for taking constant, monitoring, etc.

Many are in poor condition, spoiled or obsolete.

There are only two thermometers for the entire Emergency Department and 8 complete monitoring equipment (plus three incomplete ones) for an observation room that houses up to 18 patients.

-Appliance of the Service that contemplates, at least, these adaptations:

A supervised treatment room.

A nursing room (first aid kit) to administer immediate and simple treatments (intramuscular, cures, ...) or simple diagnostic tests (ECG, analytical ...).

A room for pediatric treatments.

A room for isolation that meets the necessary requirements.

Extension and adaptation of both the middle care room and the observation room

"Given the evidence of the facts and the fact that we have been hearing deaf to the just demands, from Ganar Totana we believe it is essential that the city council in full support these demands to improve our Public Health System and give professionals The personal, material and structural resources that are necessary to carry out their work, which will have a direct benefit for both the patients and the health personnel of our Health area. "

Source: Ganar Totana IU

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