No Permission for Entrance of Inspection at Clinical Centre University Sarajevo

The management of the Clinical Center of the University of Sarajevo (KCUS) did not accept the proposal that the inspection enter the premises of KCUS, it was pointed out after the meeting of the Minister of Health of Sarajevo Canton Haris Vranic with the management of the Clinical Center, where no joint conclusion was reached.

The meeting was also attended by the Prime Minister of Sarajevo Canton, Edin Forto, who pointed out that he was told by KCUS that the second letter published by some media, which listed the problems faced by employees, was real, and that it was an internal letter.

Forto said that he would ask the competent federal ministry and the inspection to determine what exactly is from the said letter.

Vranic and Forto met with theDirector-General of KCUS Sebija Izetbegovic, the Head of the Clinic for Anesthesia and Resuscitation of KCUS Amel Katica Mulalic, the Head of the Medical Devices Maintenance Service Jasmina Vrazalica and representatives of the professional board of the Clinic for Anesthesia and Resuscitation.

The topic of the meeting was working conditions and methods of treatment and treatment of insured persons of the Health Insurance Institute of Sarajevo Canton. Chief Prosecutors of BiH Gordana Tadic and Sarajevo Canton Sabina Sarajlija will hold a meeting today to determine which prosecution will conduct an investigation into allegations by doctors from the Clinical University Center Sarajevo that patients die on respirators purchased through the company “Srebrena Malina”.

It should be reminded that some media in Bosnia and Herzegovina, for the past two days, published a letter from KCUS employees, stating “that the doctors in that health institution are helpless and worried.”

In the letter, as stated by some bh. media, stated “that the government is making hell at KCUS”. On the other hand, KCUS sent an open letter to the public “in order to prevent the introduction and spread of unrest among the citizens.”

“The Clinical Center of the University of Sarajevo informs the public that all our employees are making superhuman efforts in the fight against the plague – the coronavirus. In a situation when we have been fighting for more than a year for every life of our patients, we do not have the time or the opportunity to look back at political spins, “it was said, among other things.

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