Physicians with practice will be able to perform surgery in private health institutions in other provinces with the permission of the Ministry of Health, if there is no private health institution where they can perform surgery in their own province or if their quota is full.
The “Regulation Amending the Regulation on Private Hospitals” and the “Regulation on Amending the Regulation on Private Health Institutions with Outpatient Diagnosis and Treatment” were published in today’s issue of the Official Gazette and entered into force.
With the amendments made in both regulations, it is aimed to make it easier for practice physicians to perform surgery in private hospitals.
SURGERY CAN BE PERFORMED IN PRIVATE HEALTH INSTITUTIONS
Within the scope of the regulation changes, physicians who have private practice will be able to perform surgery in private health institutions in other provinces with the permission of the Ministry, if there is no private health institution where they can perform surgery or if their quota is full.
In order for the practice to provide services in the relevant branch in the province where it serves, if there is no suitable private health institution where a contract can be concluded due to the limitations or requirements set forth in this regulation, a contract can be concluded by obtaining the opinion of the relevant commission established by the Ministry for planning purposes in a nearby province.
Implementation changes regarding the outpatient clinic room standard, equipment, personnel and license procedures were also determined by the regulation. (AA)
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