KHMHA Union Says the Hospital Is Falling Apart
The Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital Authority Union is sounding the alarm and is bringing to the forefront a slew of internal struggles that the national referral hospital is facing. During this morning’s conference, Union president, Andrew Baird, told the press that problems include a shortage of human resources, scarcity of medication, and a deficit in medical supplies. He adds that there are also shortcomings on part of the institution’s management.
Baird says the KHMH is on the verge of collapsing, as are various other public medical institutions around the country. The union called out Health Minister, Kevin Bernard, for postponing meetings that were meant to address several issues, which include pension and salary problems.