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General practitioners: towards a “hard strike” from Monday, December 26 – France

  • 1 Who is calling for mobilization?

  • On Instagram, “Doctors for tomorrow” warns: “Two days of strike were not enough to prove that the whole of France needed us! We suspected it… But we won’t stop there this time”. On December 1 and 2, this collective had, in fact, initiated a first strike, a movement described as “historic”: for two days, thousands of doctors had closed their offices, a “warning shot” to “save” the profession. In Trégor, they had, for example, pointed to the “nonsense” of successive governments, which, by limiting the number of carers, had “caused” the current difficulties.

    Part of the group of 50 general practitioners from Vannes, Auray and Quiberon who decided to resume the strike on December 26. (Caroline Lafargue)

    Dissatisfied, the collective now spends the second, calling for a “hard strike”. As of Monday, December 26, some practices will close their doors again. And this, for one week, “with possible renewal”. This is the case in Morbihan, a group of doctors from the basin of Vannes, Auray and Quiberon having decided to go back on strike from Monday.

    The fed up of liberal doctors

  • 2 What are their demands?

  • They are multiple. They claim, in particular, the doubling of the price of the consultation, from 25 € to 50 €, and the invoicing of appointments not honored. “The revaluation of our salaries would allow doctors to be able to settle in good conditions, to have a quality work tool and not to be afraid to invest in a medical practice”, explained to France 3 Jean- Marc Bensoussan, member of the “Doctors for tomorrow” movement.

    The ROSP also tenses them up. They no longer want this “Remuneration on public health objectives”, a complex system of bonuses allocated by the Health Insurance Fund. They also call for “lightening the administration” to “free up medical time”.

  • 3 What are the consequences for patients?

  • If there is a strike, there will necessarily be one. At the beginning of December, on the occasion of the first mobilization, ARS Bretagne had invited those suffering from it to contact 15 in the event of an emergency. “This call will allow you to benefit from medical advice, to be directed to a doctor on call, to be directed to the emergency room of the hospital or clinic, or to benefit from the dispatch of a medical team on site. “, she had specified. She had also reminded that for the first symptoms (cold, pharyngeal pain, simple wounds, constipation…), it was possible to go to the pharmacy.

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