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Sports: Reception of emergencies closed in Dordogne: "This is not the usual situation but perhaps the situation of the future", reacts the ARS New Aquitaine

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Four deputies and senators on the left of Dordogne sign a forum for denounce the closure of the emergency reception of the three hospitals in the department - Périgueux, Bergerac and Sarlat - during the holiday season.

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"This is not the usual situation but it is perhaps the situation of the future", reacts Sunday December 25 on Franceinfo Atika Rida-Chafi, deputy secretary of the regional agency of Health (ARS) Nouvelle-Aquitaine. In a column published on December 24, four deputies and leftist senators of Dordogne sign a column to denounce "the untenable situation of emergencies".

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These elected officials are up against the closure of the reception of the Emergencies of the three Hospitals of department - Périgueux, Bergerac and Sarlat - during the holiday season. We must first call 15. Atika Rida-Chafi is "not sure that it should qualify this as degraded fashion" and ensures that the inhabitants who need urgent care will be taken care of.

franceinfo: Do ​​we find closes if we go to the emergency room in Dordogne, this Sunday evening for example?

Atika Rida-Chafi: absolutely not. It’s really a truth to restore. There is no emergency closure in Dordogne. In fact, what is requested - and it works rather well given the figures - is to contact the 15 before any urgent care request. I say it works well because it is the department that accuses the most important evolution in terms of call volume. The number of call to medical regulation (the SAMU) increased by 55%. It’s a very, very good thing.

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So, you absolutely have to call 15 before going to the emergency room?

We must call 15, we must make good use of 15, we must make good use of our health resources on the territory. I allow myself to indicate that everything that is in place at the moment aims to meet the urgent health needs of the population, but also to preserve the organization set up by health establishments which are very mobilized.

Imagine: someone who is not aware that he should be called 15 before going to the emergency room. This person therefore goes to the hospital. Is it still welcomed?

Yes, there are somewhat derogatory admission systems. No one will thwart this emergency medical assistance obligation. The principle is there. At the same time, today, people have understood that the call to the center 15 is a prerequisite to be properly taken care of in the territory of the Dordogne.

But hospitals still operate in degraded mode.

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I am not sure that it should qualify it as degraded fashion. This is not the usual situation, but it may be the situation of the future. Regulation is a principle: either you are in demand for non -urgent care and you have access to an offer during the week and at the opening hours of city firms; Either it is not the case and it is emergencies and therefore emergency medical aid.

But don't you fear an even more complicated situation in the days to come in hospitals? We also know that the holiday season is one of the rare periods when general practitioners and liberals take their holidays.

You are right, we have two messages. The first message is to say collectively to us that hospital health professionals also need to rest. So, it is completely normal that we offer, during this vacation period, a mode of care adjusted to the schedules which are necessarily a little reduced compared to the holidays of professionals. In addition, it is really important to say that this recourse at Center 15 is important for a possible emergency admission to our Périgord hospitals.

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