Etiqueta 'Balearic health service'
First class Balearics


First class Balearics

"...when push comes to shove, the system works and amazingly well."

Humphrey Carter06/01/2023 07:30

Medical staff at the hospital

Medical staff at the hospital

“The Balearics is the only community in Spain incapable of rewarding medical staff.”

Archives 18/02/2021

The Satse nursing union has called for an urgent meeting of the technical commission for the prevention of workplace risks


Nursing union wanting coronavirus urgent meetings

The union is demanding that there is information about protective measures for nurses and other health personnel.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter10/02/2020 15:46

There have been protests against the government's Catalan requirements.


Appeal against health service Catalan requirement

The national government delegation is to appeal against the Balearic government's decree requiring knowledge of Catalan by health service workers.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter23/05/2018 00:00

Protest in Palma against the "imposition" of Catalan.


Over 2,000 protest against Catalan "imposition"

"Armengol resignation", "We are Balearic, not Catalan", "Merit yes, requirement no".

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter19/02/2018 00:00

There have been protests about the Catalan requirements. In the centre of shot here is the PP leader, Biel Company.


Unions unclear about health service Catalan requirements

The government is running up against a problem in that it is unlikely to be able to cover all posts because of the language stipulation.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter24/01/2018 00:00

The nurses union has been complaining about working conditions for months.


Nurses in the public health service are stressed out

Almost three-quarters of nurses say that they experience stress, while 43% consider that they are burnt out.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter21/11/2017 00:00

Maria Ramos, director-general of public health.


Government assures Bulletin legionella outbreak is over

Health ministry: "Holidaymakers can be calm and relaxed in the knowledge that the outbreak is over and we have the situation under control." Abta says it has not recommended that tour operators should not send holidaymakers to Palmanova.

Humphrey Carter20/10/2017 00:00

Much of the current hospital will be demolished to make way for new buildings.


The new Son Dureta will have a total of 570 places

Since Son Dureta closed, it has still cost the government money - put at five million euros.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter28/02/2017 00:00