Faced with the scale of the health catastrophe associated with the fourth wave of Govt-19, CHUM’s management is recalling all its medical and non-medical staff. Following the cancellation of the holiday, this reminder is made by summoning to a bail on Monday, August 9, 2021.
The only problem weighing in on the performance of Martinique University Hospital is not the eruption of Govt-19 pollution. He should also handle staff management in this time of crisis. For the past one week, all holidays have been canceled.
This Monday, August 9, 2021, CHUM (Center Hospice University de Martinique) management is recalling all medical and non-medical staff currently on leave. Everyone is asked to occupy their workstation.
The following are of interest:
- Nursing staff (nurse, nursing assistant, nursery assistant, nursery assistant, midwife);
- Medical-technical staff (electroradiologist, lens-physiotherapist, laboratory assistant);
- Medical staff.
All of these trades are essential for the proper functioning of maintenance services in the current crisis. Martinique University Hospital knows that each of its professionals can collectively continue this work of supporting the people.
The management of CHU, in a note, states that the employees who are on leave will be summoned on bail on Monday.
Trade union reactions expected …
This order to return to work should bring CHUM into satisfactory operation, with the arrival of caregivers from France pending. Olivier Vernon, Minister of Solidarity and Health yesterday (Sunday, August 8, 2021) launched a request on his Twitter account to help hospitals, especially in the Martinique and Guadeloupe areas.
For his part, Foreign Minister Sebastian Legorn will be in Martinique on Thursday, August 12, 2021, while caregivers are being used as reinforcement.