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Why do many doctors and patients around mainland China fight against each other?   [Copy link] 中文

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Not fights between nurses and patients.

It's fights between doctors and patients.
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In April 13, 2012, a female doctor, also a professor, Xing Zhimin, was stabbed and was critical condition in Renmin hospital of Peking University .

It reminds me of a law case in 2007~2010. A female doctor of hospital of Peking university, also a professor and an Austialian citizen, Xiong Zhuo died after other doctors at the same hospital made medical operation on her. Her husband prosecuted the hospital of Peking university. At last Peking University lost in the law court.

A common phenomenon: Most of largest hospitals wanna to be sub-organizations of minister-level university from the Healthcare reform, which launched from the late 1990s.  Of course, those Party government (leaders) in hospitals just wanna move up the ladder of their political career.

For example: in our city, Jinan, Shandong province, Qilu hospital and Qianfoshan hospital turned to sub-organizations of Shandong unverisity, after Shandong university had turned to minister-level status. Definitely those Party (government) leaders ruling universities and hospitals would move up another step upward the ladder of their political career.
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lately in shanxi province, more than 40 doctors kneeled down before a dead patient, who from a powerful family.
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lately in shenzhen, guangdong province, a dead patient was carried in the hall of a hospital.
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dongfang tv said that patients donot trust the juridical system,
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Shenzhen: Many doctors and nurses were injured by a former patient in its hospital in Sep 3, 2012.

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4 workers injured in hospital attackUpdated: 2012-09-03 20:54
( Xinhua)

SHENZHEN - Four medical workers were injured in a hospital attack in the southern city of Shenzhen in Guangdong province Monday morning, local health authorities confirmed.

The incident happened at around 10 am at the Shenzhen Pengcheng Hospital in the Luohu District when a man surnamed Ou broke into the ENT department of the hospital and slashed four medical workers, said a spokesman for the Health, Population and Family Planning Commission of Shenzhen Municipality.

Two of the four victims, who were seriously injured, underwent surgery. All four are now out of danger, the spokesman said.

Ou, who had a surgical treatment in the hospital in July, was arrested by local police and his motive is being investigated, according to the spokesman.

The Shenzhen Pengcheng Hospital is an integrated privately-run hospital with more than 450 employees.
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