In Adygea’ll check the hospitals after complaining to Putin for sale beds


RIA Novosti

Acting head of Adygeya Murat Kumpilov following the meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin said that the hospitals in the region will be massive checks after reports of levies for the provision of medical hospitals, reports “Interfax”.

“I think you shouldn’t even say just how cynical this situation. The conversation will be serious. In conversation with the law enforcement unit I will say that such cases (the sale of seats. — “Газета.Ru”) ever to criminal cases before the court,” said the Kumpilov.

He also instructed the head of the Ministry of health to conduct internal audits in medical institutions.

“Pick up and examine all submitted to the office treatment of people and take action if they recorded these facts, up to and including dismissal. Information on these cases is requested to transmit to law enforcement officers”, — summarized the acting head of Adygeya.

Earlier the President of Russia Vladimir Putin has approved the candidacy of Murat Kumpilov for the post of head of Adygea.