Only 90-100 of the more than 450 hospitals should be kept

Dan Serban, President of the National Commission for Hospital Accreditation (CoNAS), stated on Monday that he does not believe that all of the more than 450 hospitals will be accredited and that only 90-100 of them should be kept. Serban stated on Monday that at national level there are hospitals whose services are below normal standards, and that means “contempt towards the patient.” “Other countries have fewer hospitals. We have more than 450; abroad the number of hospitals is a quarter of that. They also have fewer beds. In Andalusia, Spain, for example, there are 30 hospitals with 6,000 beds at a population of 7.8 million people. Romania currently has 130,000 beds.”

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