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UKC Ljubljana Fears Overflow of Patients from Other Regions

Ljubljana, 24 August - The country's biggest hospital, UKC Ljubljana, is worried that as of 1 September - when Slovenia's doctors are threatening to stop working extra overtime - it will be swamped with patients from other regions, as smaller hospitals decide to send patients to the capital.

Ljubljana
UKC Ljubljana director Simon Vrhunec (right) and UKC Ljubljana medical director Brigita Drnovsek Olup (left) talking to the press about what the hospital will do to ensure normal health care after 1 September.
Photo: Tamino Petelinsek/STA

Ljubljana
UKC Ljubljana director Simon Vrhunec (right) and UKC Ljubljana medical director Brigita Drnovsek Olup (left) talking to the press about what the hospital will do to ensure normal health care after 1 September.
Photo: Tamino Petelinsek/STA

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