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No, this is not a 5 star hotel. This is the birthplace of St. George's Hospital!

As a result of the project, which started in 2018, one of the best - designed, developed and equipped obstetrics departments in the country was created (free, public institution!)

No, this is not a 5 star hotel.  This is the birthplace of St. George's Hospital!

❤️No, this is not a 5 star hotel. This is the birthplace of St. George's Hospital! (free, public institution!) As a result of the project, which started in 2018, one of the best-designed, developed and equipped obstetrics departments in the country was established.
📌"Health in ruins" More pictures:https://www.facebook.com/cserpalkovicsandras/posts/4431710096903549

❤️The development of obstetrics in a total of 97 hospitals has been completed or is in progress
The obstetrics of Hungarian health care institutions are being developed in several details: the aim is to provide maternity and baby-friendly obstetrics, hospitals and services. In the first phase, 44 hospitals were developed out of HUF 6.4 billion, and in the second phase, the infrastructural developments and equipment purchases of 53 hospitals are financed from state funds from HUF 3.3 billion, announced Miklós Kásler, Minister of Human Resources

For a family-friendly government, one of the most important points to develop in a hospital is where children are born. In Székesfehérvár, the obstetric department of Szent György Hospital was completely renewed from HUF 200 million. Let’s face it: it’s not a private hospital, it’s not something that pays, it’s a public hospital accessible to everyone.

Of course, many forgot where we started in 2010: 600 billion were taken away from health care by the Gyurcsany, hospitals were sold to Hospinvest and then bankrupt, 3,000 doctors, 6,000 health workers were laid off, dozens of hospitals closed, 16,000 active hospital beds and private beds were counted. they also wanted the health fund - the 2010 election just came in, where we sent them to the sunny with a two-thirds majority.
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On Friday, the renovated family-friendly obstetrics and gynecology department was handed over at the Szent György University Teaching Hospital in Fejér County. The maternity rooms, the rooms with cots and the related rooms - washbasins, changing rooms, showers - as well as an alternative maternity support room were also designed and equipped.

Equipped with the latest technology XXI. century furnishings of the obstetrics and gynecology department also exude a homely atmosphere thanks to the renovation.

The hospital won HUF 200 million within the framework of the Family-Friendly Obstetrics Tender Program, and the Local Government of the City of Székesfehérvár also contributed to the renovation. In connection with the winning tender, construction began last December at St. George's Hospital, the maternity rooms were renovated together with the water blocks, and an alternative maternity room was created, where it will be possible to give birth in water. The obstetrics and gynecology department building also housed a one-day surgery center with three operating rooms.

At the event, Dr. László Bucsi Phd. Director General greeted the participants, who said it was a real celebration to close the project for the hospital.

He thanked the government for the renovation for launching the Family-Friendly Obstetrics Tender Program and the Mayor of Székesfehérvár, emphasizing that the Municipality of Székesfehérvár added a significant amount to the tender. The Director-General also said that he had visited a number of hospitals from the US to Australia and that the center now established could be described as world-class in the light of these experiences.

Tamás Vargha, Member of Parliament of Székesfehérvár, thanked the government and the Municipality of Székesfehérvár for the "good practice" for contributing to the current developments.

He also said that a prerequisite for the success of family-friendly obstetric care is to create a calm, family environment for the parent women and their partner in the hospital, complementing the professional background that provides adequate care for the infant and mother when needed. The Member of Parliament of Székesfehérvár also thanked all the employees of the hospital for standing up and protecting, protecting and healing the people of Fehérvár and Fejér counties in the epidemic situation that has been going on since the spring.

At the handover, dr. Mayor András Cser-Palkovics thanked the government for its family-friendly tender and for providing the resources needed to implement the development. He also thanked the constructors and designers for their work.

He also thanked Dr. László Hagymásy, head of the department, for his decades-long activity in Fehérvár and the professional management of large-scale development, as well as Dr. István Csernavölgyi, former director, and Dr. László Bucsi, director general, for their help as hospital managers.

Dr. László Hagymásy, Chief Physician, Head of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, emphasized that the current development will further support the practical implementation of natural childbirth and family-centered obstetrics, newborns and preterm infants.

He also spoke about the importance of one-day surgical care, highlighting that a lot of laparoscopic surgeries are performed in the ward, about 60% of these surgeries can be performed as part of this. The chief physician recalled that they had been working according to family-centered obstetric principles for about 20 years. For many years, the baby and mom can be together in the neonatal ward of St. George's Hospital for 24 hours thanks to the so-called rooming-in care, where breastfeeding is on demand, the newborn can be cared for independently by his mother. Both the baby and newborn nurses and the midwives support and help in this. The Chief Physician was pleased that there are already 35 doctors working in the ward and many of them young: this also indicates that the professional work they do at St. George's Hospital is also attractive to the new generation of doctors. Dr. László Hagymásy said that in 2019, 2,614 newborns were born in St. George's Hospital. Giving a historical perspective to family-friendly obstetrics, he also spoke about the former “dehumanized” obstetric care, where mothers gave birth to their children in shared maternity rooms.

Krisztina Lőrincz, on behalf of the Central Transdanubia Regional Directorate of the State Health Care Center, the administrator of the hospital, recalled the beginnings of the project and the period of its implementation. She said the project, which began in 2018, has resulted in the creation of one of the best-designed, developed and equipped obstetric wards in the country, pointing in the direction of future expectations.

The ceremony was attended by Gábor Törő, Member of Parliament, Zoltán Tessely, Member of Parliament, dr. Krisztián Molnár, President of the Fejér County Assembly and Annamária Östör, Health, Sports and Social Sustainability Adviser of Székesfehérvár, as well as Bishop Antal Spányi, who blessed the renewed Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology.


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Hungary is also defending well in the second wave

Hungary is also defending well in the second wave

According to all indicators, Hungary is among the countries that are well protected against the virus. This is also shown by WHO statistics. The left claims the opposite, we wrote an article about it yesterday (Source)

Regarding the epidemic as a whole, the number of infected people per one million people in Hungary is still only half of the EU average, which makes us clearly one of the better performing countries - Origo continues.

While the number of confirmed infections per one million people in Hungary is 4,073, the EU average is 8,369.

Origo explained that the same trend has been observed for fatalities, with the number of people dying of the disease increasing across Europe, with 344 deaths for every one million people today. In terms of population, the number of victims in Hungary is only one third of the EU average. The number of victims is logically related to the number of people infected, but while in Hungary 105 deaths per million people are the same, in Belgium it is 893, in Spain 701, but in Italy and Sweden it also exceeds 500 people. However, it is a warning sign that in Germany, Portugal, Denmark and the Netherlands, the proportion of registered deaths was much higher than in Hungary. Regarding mortality statistics, there are different protocols in different Member States, but Hungary applies the strictest protocol in this matter.

The number of deaths per person infected has not been graphed anymore, but we are also doing well in this indicator: 2.51% compared to the EU average of 4.11%.

The Operational Tribe works well, the health performs well, and most of the time people follow the recommendations (wearing a mask, keeping a distance, hygiene).

The left is still lying:https://www.facebook.com/szamokadatok/posts/207751610701980

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"Educational Healthcare Professionals" - Attention!

Patient care is already underway in the new wing of the Buda Mercy Hospital. The old building is being renovated for 21 billion forints!

"Educational Healthcare Professionals" - Attention!

In the second construction phase, a new central building will be established in the courtyard of the hospital, the construction will be carried out by Grabarics Kft.

Patient care is already underway in the new wing of the Buda Mercy Hospital
Photo: Tamás Dernovics / magyarepitok.hu
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Patient care is already underway in the new wing of the Buda Mercy Hospital
MTI2020.10.09. 11:25 -Mrisztina Almási

In the second construction phase, a new central building will be established in the courtyard of the hospital, the construction will be carried out by Grabarics Kft.
The move to the new wing of the Buda Mercy Hospital, Vidra Street, was completed, which was handed over in the spring, in the first phase of the institution's investment, and the development was carried out by Grabarics Kft. Patient care is already underway in the modern facility, with several hospital departments in their final location.

The first phase of the hospital investment began in November 2017. During the works, all inpatient wards and outpatient clinics operated in the old building throughout.

In the first phase, a separate, modern facility was created, and as part of the current, second phase, a new central building will be placed in the courtyard of the old property, while healing has not stopped in the old one. The construction works of the new phase are also performed by Grabarics Kft.

Internal medicine, surgery, urology and otolaryngology are already operating in a new wing built in the first phase.

The first phase was implemented as an own investment of the Patient Care Mercy Order, while the construction of the new central wing in the courtyard and the renovation and modernization of the listed building will be covered by state support. The second phase is expected to be completed by the end of 2022.
The institution receives 350 thousand patients a year
The Buda Order of Mercy Hospital was founded in 1806. Since its inception, the institution has been receiving patients from all over the country. Approximately 350,000 patient meetings take place at the facility each year, with 120 doctors and 450 staff working in 40 specialist clinics.

On the occasion of the expansion of the health care institution, the statue of St. John the Divine of Portuguese origin, the founder of the Patient Nursing Order, was unveiled on Thursday in Budapest. The work was created by Kossuth Prize-winning sculptor Tibor Rieger.
Divine St. John (1495-1550) converted at the age of 44, after which he cared for people who were sick, disabled and marginalized. It was inaugurated Blessed in 1630 and Holy in 1690.

The second phase was started by Grabarics Kft. Before the completion of the new building, during which the neo-Gothic style monumental building is being renovated and modernized. Created in the early 1900s, the ornate building is undergoing a complete facade, roofing and roof structure renovation. In the course of the works, in addition to incorporating modern technologies, they try to keep the original architectural style features.
The second phase involves not only the renovation of the existing monument block: a new central building will also be built in the courtyard of the old building. The former building there has already been demolished. The style of the newly built neighbor of the more than 100-year-old listed building will take into account the style features carried by the old
According to the information on its website, the Buda Mercy Hospital has been serving the healing of patients since its foundation in 1806, 214 years ago.

https://magyarepitok.hu/mi-epul/2020/10/mar-zajlik-a-betegellatas-a-budai-irgalmasrendi-korhaz-uj-epuletszarnyaban Hungarian Builders 🇭🇺👍

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The South Buda Central Hospital is being built!

If Karácsony doesn't like it, then too

The South Buda Central Hospital is being built!

🇭🇺Healthy Budapest Program:
It’s real work instead of Karácsony bees, insect hotels, graffiti and Facebook.

The health care institutions of the Central Hungarian region are responsible for the care of four million inhabitants and within the framework of the Healthy Budapest Program‼ ️4 central hospitals,‼ ️24 partner hospitals and‼ ️The government has decided to renovate 32 outpatient clinics‼ ️In the amount of HUF 700 billion.

The Minister highlighted the construction of the South Hospital Central Hospital, which he said will be the first greenfield hospital investment since 1979; they want to build a "21st century hospital" with state-of-the-art technology and instrumentation.

Speaking about the South Pest Central Hospital - the St. Ladislaus and St. Stephen's Hospitals will form an integral part of the Institute of Cardiology - he said that the pavilion system, which is now obsolete, will be renewed, creating a modern, high-quality institution.

The Minister announced in connection with the third such institution, the North Pest Central Hospital, that the Military Hospital and the care units attached to it will also provide uniform, modern patient care after the renewal.

Miklós Kásler pointed out that the government's program had been expanded with the renovation of St. John's Hospital. As he said, the obsolete equipment and structure of the hospital with a long history also needs to be improved.

He also emphasized that the development of co-hospitals will play an important role within the EBP, with 21 of the 24 hospitals having diagnostic, therapeutic and nursing developments.

Within the framework of the Healthy Budapest Program, outpatient care is also given great emphasis, and significant developments have taken place and are taking place here as well - the Minister emphasized. The government allocated HUF 58.6 billion for the renewal of the 32 specialist clinics, he added.

The renewal of the instrument park also came to the fore during the developments, as 19 high-value diagnostic and therapy devices will be delivered to the institutions of the central region.

Miklós Kásler stated that the emphasis will be shifted to prevention, and that the transformation of primary care will take place in the spirit of this. He referred to a call for family medicine practices published recently, which focuses on eliminating the causes of illness and educating children about health. He also said that the construction of a child emergency care system in the country will begin in the near future.

The minister said the deadline for investments and renovations in the EBP is 2026, but there will be a project that can be completed earlier, in 2022-2024.

At the press conference, Ildikó Horváth, Secretary of State for Health, spoke about family-friendly obstetrics: the tender for hospitals on this topic will bring serious resources to the central region. He indicated that the criteria for family-friendly obstetrics were formulated in 15 points, such as maternity allowance, facilitating undisturbed childbirth, setting up a family room, the so-called "golden hour", or providing alternative childbirth options.

The Secretary of State announced that nine midwives in the central region will be renovated for two billion forints, but these renovations will also fit closely into the EBP.

Answering a question, Miklós Kásler said that he was not afraid that strikes would paralyze health care. As he said, “the material background of doctors and practitioners has improved to an unprecedented extent” as their salaries have been rising steadily since 2010. He also added that he has no concerns about whether there will be enough skilled workers as the government has taken a number of measures to keep professionals at home.

The government spent HUF 40 billion on the Healthy Budapest Program in 2017, HUF 30 billion last year and HUF 41.9 billion this year.


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It is not the merit of Kincses or the left-liberal parties that raises medical wages, but of the Government, the Hungarian society

It is not the merit of Kincses or the left-liberal parties that raises medical wages, but of the Government, the Hungarian society

It is amazing how distasteful and at the same time childish the left-wing parties (DK, Momentum Jobbik, etc.) are trying to forge some kind of advantage for themselves in connection with the recently announced larger-than-ever medical wage increase.

Some lie that "Orbán is scared of Gyula Kincses", others claim that the wages are being raised because they demanded it, and the hair-raising statements could be listed at length.

🔴However, let’s nail a few things.

1. Gyula Kincses was the State Secretary for Health of Ferenc Gyurcsány, their performance is as follows:
- The visit fee was introduced: in addition to people paying for TB, they could even pay to prescribe the medicine if they went to the GP
- The hospital daily allowance was introduced, which was HUF 1,000 (at that time, the minimum wage was around HUF 55,000 net). A patient who spent 2 weeks in the hospital in addition to being excluded from the world of work certainly had a reduced income, as sick pay was lower than the salary, he could even pay a 14,000 forint tribute because he was sick.
- Dozens of hospitals have been closed
- Nursing homes were closed, nursing schools were closed.
- There was no increase in the salaries of doctors and health workers, inflation was higher than the rare and tiny wage increases they gave. Wages for health workers fell in real terms.
- Hospinvest was privatized to hospitals founded by their buddies and then bankrupt by Hospinvest
- Health facilities were allowed to deteriorate, skilled staff were allowed to emigrate
- The ambulance service has not been improved
- 6,000 health workers and 3,000 doctors were fired
- 16,000 active hospital beds were eliminated.
- HUF 600 billion was deducted from health care.

‼ ️The salaries of doctors were not only not increased, but were practically reduced because inflation was higher than wage increases. With 42.2% inflation, they gave doctors a 29.2% pay rise over 8 years. Real wages have fallen, and many of the 3,000 doctors fired have fled abroad.

In contrast, the Orbán Government has increased doctors' salaries 2.5 times since 2010 (regardless of who demanded what or who wants to claim what merit). This increased wage will now be doubled, so doctors ’wages will be fivefold by 2022.
You can lie anything here, the only thing is that after 30 years of politicking, Viktor Orbán doesn't "scare" anyone, especially not from Gyula Kincses, Bandika Fegyőr or Ferikék Eyeshadow. Wages can be raised now because now there is money for it, now the country’s economy is standing to extract it.

You can read about further health measures by the Orbán government in this article
(‼ ️Social Sector, Nurses, Developments, Expenditures, Queues, Debt Settlement, Ambulance Services, Vaccinations, Wages, Health Homes, and More: A Collection of Numbers for "Health Care Providers")

Reality cannot be denied.
Give it on!


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4 years - 13 renovated medical offices in Debrecen

Mayor László Papp published an excellent series of pictures on his site

4 years - 13 renovated medical offices in Debrecen

The mayor of Debrecen also put on his gloves against the false news. Many people lie about thatThe Government of Hungaryhe doesn’t spend on health care, he just builds stadiums. Well, the reality, on the other hand, is that in Debrecen alone, 13 doctor's offices were renewed in 4 years, and thousands nationwide!
The picture shows the office on Jánosi Street inherited from the Gyurcsánys and the current state of the office.
You can also see the other pictures under the link below:

Hajrá Debrecen!
Come onLászló Papp!
Together we will succeed again!🇭🇺


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Facts about health - it's not just doctors' salaries that are rising

We help the deceived sympathizers of the left in clairvoyance

Facts about health - it's not just doctors' salaries that are rising

‼ ️Social Sector, Nurses, Developments, Expenditures, Queues, Debt Settlement, Ambulance Services, Vaccinations, Wages, Health Homes, and More: A Collection of Numbers for "Health Care Providers"

Yesterday's news (doubling doctors' salaries,https://www.facebook.com/szamokadatok/posts/204869830990158) stirred up a lot of dust among the libsi narrators, and so why they cried for 10 years after it materializes is now a problem for them.

We’ve seen quite hair-raising comments about this, to quote a few:
- "The cash register is empty, the zorbán and the money is handed to the doctors with both hands"
- "It's good that doctors grow, but nurses don't!"
- "Why raise it if all doctors work abroad"
- "He raises to be voted on," etc.

Well, for the sake of the left and those fooled by their footage media, we have written a comprehensive article about what reality is. Let's see!

Between 2006 and 2008, Gyurcsany fired more than 3,000 nurses. Compared to the number of employees in 2010 (change of government), there are almost 3,000 more nurses today, so the Orbán government has rebuilt the number of employees laid off by the left. Nurses' wages doubled from 2010 levels. Wages increased by another 14 percent in January this year, they received a reward of HUF 500,000, another 20 percent increase is coming in November, and another 30 percent by 2022, and thus wages will reach three times the 2010 level!


🔴2. Doctors.
Since 2010, the salaries of doctors have increased 2.5 times, with the now announced salary increase, salaries will reach five times the 2010 level. Compared to 2010, there are 7,300 more doctors in Hungarian healthcare today, and the number of newly graduated doctors has doubled. The salaries of doctors have risen at an unprecedented rate during civil rule, and their emigration has virtually ceased.


🔴3. General articles, editions, developments.

📌We started from here in 2010
📌Left performance in numbers
📌Development of headcount in numbers
📌Resources: 915 billion, or 76% for health
📌Health expenditure
📌Video of the improvements
📌Ambulance service:
📌Social sector:
📌Employment of people with disabilities, accessibility, child protection
📌Debt settlement:
📌About the visit fee, hospital per diem:
📌Health status:


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Baseline and what to do in healthcare

10 Years of Civil Governance - Part 25

Baseline and what to do in healthcare

Nor would the Viewpoint Institute have thought that its suggestion on gratitude money made in May would be processed by the Numbers just as it became relevant:
“Similar to the former socialist countries, where private health care could not be developed for decades, the fight against the abolition of the gratitude money system in Hungary cannot be considered complete. State intervention is hampered by the fact that the issue of parasolvency divides the medical community and its practice is based on a socio-cultural context spanning many decades, and its elimination may therefore take a long time. ”

In addition:
We have previously written that during the decades of communism, health care was destroyed both morally and in terms of the standard of care (1).
In our recently published video (2) Viktor Orbán clearly explains how the 2002-2010 left-liberal (Medgyessy, Gyurcsány, Bajnai) government destroyed health care:

According to OECD data, per capita health expenditure fell in real terms in Hungary alone between 2003 and 2009 (3),
HUF 600 billion was taken from health care (4),
16,000 active beds were eliminated - hospital closures,
6,000 health workers were laid off.
Added to this is the pointlessness of the visit fee and the hospital per diem (5).

In the fight against gratitude money, doctors' salaries will be raised at an unprecedented rate (6) (7), while gratitude money will be banned. The bill will be submitted to Parliament on Monday.
Nevertheless, after 2010, the salaries of not only doctors but also other health workers have risen significantly (1).

“It is also a shortcoming in the field of health care that although the assessment of the equipment and the supply of specialists of the hospitals has started, the capacity and resources have not been provided after the precise identification of the health needs of the geographical areas. Although there has been a lot of progress compared to pre-2010 conditions, the multiple settlement of hospital debt has not been a definitive solution, the creation of a sustainable financing system would really help. In Government Resolution 1789/20199, the Government called on the Minister of Human Resources, with a deadline of 30 June 2020, to “propose a methodology for determining institutional funding based on supply events and tailored to real needs” and “quality standards in outpatient and inpatient care. indicators, performance-based funding techniques and the development of integrated and patient-centered, bundled forms of funding across care levels. "

Small change:
We are talking about government decision 1798/2019 and not 1789 (8). Health care transformation is ongoing (9).


Previous part:

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Gratuity is banned as it doubles doctors ’wages! THANK YOU!

Everyone can be happy about this, because this way no one will have a remorse for not being able to go to the doctor with an envelope.

Gratuity is banned as it doubles doctors ’wages!  THANK YOU!

Viktor Orbán published the gratifying news that political disputes over doctors' salaries will end once and for all. Timike Szabó or Mrs. Gyurcsány will be able to scream now, it will only be irrelevant, because the average salary of doctors will exceed the salaries of state secretaries and members of parliament, their salaries will increase roughly four times the average salary in Hungary.

The Hungarian state is perhaps the best employer, as it does not let its employees down in a crisis. A lot of companies have abused the crisis this year, we know of a lot of companies that have not increased the wages of their employees this year due to the crisis, even companies whose demand for their products has increased due to the current situation. These companies make extra profits while letting their employees down. But this is not the Hungarian state, let's just look at:

🇭🇺1. This year, healthcare workers will receive a total of 34% salary increase and a reward of HUF 500,000. The measure affects 160,000 people

🇭🇺2. The salaries of those serving in armed bodies increased by 10%, in December 2019 they also received a reward of HUF 500,000. (police, army, fire brigade, disaster management, immigration, services and penitentiary) The measure affects 56,000 people

🇭🇺3. Teachers received a 10% salary increase from 1 July.
In the case of trainee-rated teachers, in addition to the guaranteed graduate minimum wage, the sectoral allowance applies, which has already increased by 8 percent since January 1.
With this further 10 percent increase, trainees ’salaries will increase by 18 percent in six months. The measure affects 170,000 teachers.
Details:https://www.origo.hu/itthon/20200224-juliustol-tiz-szazalekre-em aloneik-a-pedagogusok-bere.html

🇭🇺4. The wages of those working in the social sector have increased by 14 percent since January. The measure affects 84,000 people working in state, municipal, church and civic institutions. Details:https://www.origo.hu/itthon/20200219-kasler-miklos-14-szazalekkal-no-a-szocialis-szferaban-dolgozok-fizetese.html

🇭🇺5. Separately for nurses' salaries:https://szamokadatok.hu/Post/1880/Itt_a_jarvany_masodik_hullama_ezert_ismet_elovzett_az_egeszsegugyet

The MOK salary table shown in the picture is included in the portfolio article:https://www.portfolio.hu/gazdasag/20200930/kiszivargott-duplazna-az-orvos-bereket-a-kormany-450862

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Healthcare is not a business (video)

Share it with those who only see stadiums. Let's not forget: the Gyurcsánys introduced the visit fee and the hospital per diem, sold the hospitals to Hospinvest, closed dozens of hospitals, liquidated the nursing institutions, the nursing homes, and wanted to privatize the health fund after the pension fund.

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