Planned reform of the disadvantages of emergency care…

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Greifswald/Schwerin – The reform of the rescue and emergency care service planned by Federal Minister of Health Karl Lauterbach (SPD) would, in the opinion of the CDU in the Schwerin state parliament, harm rural areas.

“As a result, Lauterbach’s plans mean that Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania will receive two rescue control centers in the future,” parliamentary group leader Daniel Peters explained yesterday. There are currently six rescue control centers in the country.

Lauterbach’s plans are completely unacceptable for a large and sparsely populated country like Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania. “I really wonder who would think of something like this,” said Peters after a visit to the integrated control center in Greifswald.

In accordance with the plans of the Federal Ministry of Health (BMG) in the future there will only be one rescue control center for every million inhabitants in Germany. © dpa/aerzteblatt.de

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