Adding more concerns to already pathetic health issues, New Zealand's senior doctors' union claimed that soon the country hospitals would be falling more short of regular staff.
They further asserted that the increased number of health expert's shortage situation certainly would be turned into chronic one, as the shortage then would result in increasing the patient's safety risk levels.
However, the claim announcement was made public on the eve of the annual union meeting, and the union members also asserted that from tomorrow across the nation the situation would be entitled as workforce crisis.
On the other hand, giving more details about the issue Executive Director Ian Powell said the country stood 2nd on the worldwide emigration figures compiled by the OECD and Association of Salaried Medical Specialists.
He further asserted that the increased number of the emigrated doctors in the past few months surely prompted additional more burdens on the present regular hospital working staff.
He added, "The Minister of Health acknowledged the crisis last year saying it was his number one priority, but we are not seeing much action".
On the other hand, the reports further accounted that last year; the union and district health board members prepared a proposal regarding the enhancement of make safe a sustainable elder checkup and dental personnel in the country.
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