Most state hospi­tal di­rec­tors to go af­ter fail­ing eval­u­a­tion

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A num­ber of state hospi­tal man­agers will be re­moved from their po­si­tions in Novem­ber af­ter fail­ing to pass an eval­u­a­tion process, the gov­ern­ment said yes­ter­day.

Al­ter­nate Health Min­is­ter Pav­los Po­lakis said the gov­ern­ment has re­ceived the re­sults of the as­sess­ments and will be seek­ing to re­place most of the hospi­tal man­agers in the next few weeks.

“The vast ma­jor­ity will leave based on the marks they got,” he said. Kathimerini un­der- stands that around 10 per­cent of of­fi­cials will re­main in their po­si­tions af­ter be­ing deemed to have done at least sat­is­fac­tory jobs.

Care­taker ad­min­is­tra­tors will be in­stalled at hos­pi­tals where the man­agers will be re­moved while the gov­ern­ment in­vites ap­pli­ca­tions for the va­can­cies and a spe­cial com­mit­tee as­sesses the can­di­dates. The process of ap­point­ing new hospi­tal di­rec­tors is ex­pected to take around three months.

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