Have decided on “Edition” but still thinking
Born and raised in a highland village in Tram Tau district of Yen Bai province six years ago, Giang A Chinh became the pride of the village as he passed Hanoi Medical University. To support the village “doctor”, Chinna’s parents had to sell the garden and borrow enough money to last Chinna’s graduation.
In early August, Chinh received a diploma of general doctor from Hanoi Medical University. Although in Hanoi, Chinh also had the opportunity to access several private hospitals and was promised a starting salary of over 10 million VND.
However, Chinha submitted an application to his hometown district hospital to work as he felt that his hometown needed him more. It was shared that he “polled” the brothers and sisters in the hospital and learned that the starting salary of the contract would be around 3 million.
There is also a system for young doctors in the area, who will receive a one-time aid of 100 million VND/person if they graduate with good grades. However, the sign did not meet this criterion. According to Sign, the school has more than 120 people in its curriculum, with less than 10% graduating with honors.
Although he applied to the local hospital, Chinhan was worried about his future. Key Confessions Sometimes looking at your future path can be very discouraging.
“To be honest, now I have to go to the hospital and then I have to follow him. I might have studied for 6 years and left. If there were more arrangements to attract young medical resources to the locality, So no one would want to live with it. Many siblings. She went first and came back, then had to go again because the salary was not enough to live on,” Chinna shared.
When asked if there is a treatment arrangement for returning to work at the medical station, the young doctor agreed. It will not be on a clearly accepted core basis at the present time.
“The young doctor graduating from school needs to develop himself, while the current medical station specializes in management, initial treatment, and then referral. Therefore, it is difficult for me to learn the treatment experience when I graduated from school .
However, I also think it is dependent on personal orientation. If there is a good attraction policy, it is likely that many good doctors will be available. Thus, the facility will be able to manage patients well from the very beginning, thereby helping the patient and reducing the overload pressure at the upper level,” said Chinna.
the young doctor came and then left
In the northern mountain provinces, many provinces have policies in place to attract high-quality human resources and provide treatment to doctors while working in public hospitals. For example, in Lai Chau and Lao Cai provinces, high-quality human resources upon returning to their localities will be given a one-time support from the policy with a support level of 50 million to 400 million dong for each training head.
However, the rules for attracting high-quality human resources also contain a number of conditions such as graduate doctors, residents, professors. Apart from the lump sum policy, most do not have any other policy.
There are also many areas that have almost no policy due to the difficult economic conditions of the area.
After working at the Dien Bien Provincial General Hospital for 20 years, Doctor Mai Thi Tam, head of the hospital’s department of pediatrics, has seen generations of young doctors return to work at the hospital and then leave.
“Every year we are hired, every year a doctor asks to change jobs because the salary is too low. I myself have worked for 20 years, plus all kinds of allowances, earning 15-17 million dong per month Young doctors are 5-7 million dong per month, maximum 10 million, they have to leave when they don’t meet their needs,” said Dr. Tam.
Doctor Tam shared that the area currently has no policy to attract doctors to work locally. Therefore, although many doctors wanted to return to their homeland to be with them, they had to leave their families behind to go to Hanoi.
“There are doctors who work here with a monthly salary of less than 10 million, but when I went to a private hospital in Hanoi, the salary was several tens of millions. Or after my friend now has a monthly salary of 40-50 million. years of working. I don’t say it’s unfair because everyone has the right to choose, but to attract and retain doctors, a treatment regime needs to be in place,” Dr Tam said.