The Karlovy Vary Hospital is facing a crisis following a mass resignation of its medical staff. Fourteen of its seventeen chief physicians and heads of department resigned on Friday followed by most of the hospital’s nursing staff. The employees are protesting against the hospital’s management and have demanded a financial audit for 2007. Crisis meetings are now taking place to try to resolve the situation.
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