The head of Prague’s Na Homolce hospital Ivan Oliva has resigned from office over irregularities uncovered by an in-depth audit into the hospital’s finances.
Health Minister Adam Vojtěch said the findings were serious and pertained to purchases and public tenders.
According to the daily Pravo the audit uncovered invalid contracts to the tune of 400 million crowns. The hospital has denied this.
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