Patients of Russian hospitals forced to pay for TV viewing
Patients of the emergency hospital No. 2 in Rostov-na-Donu have to pay 50 rubles a day per person for the opportunity to watch TV in the house. One of the locals took the payment process on video, which was published in the public “Is Rostov-on-don! — News” in “Vkontakte”.
The footage shows a man who introduced himself as an electrician, charges patients money for watching a small old TV. The author of the video gives him 100 rubles for the payment of two days of viewing, the second man to pay “wholesale” for four days.
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The author of the video appealed to the regional Minister of health Tatyana Bykovskaya. “Why the prices? 90, whether that occurred? Understand, please, with the pay TV in this hospital,” he said to the clerk.
In the comments of the post several people have confirmed that dealt with collecting money from patients, when they themselves lay in the hospital. One of our subscribers noted that the rates in different departments are different. “Lying in the 16 th year in the ENT there then poltos for the week was. And 18 m steward, surgery,” wrote one commenter.
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