The vice president of the Czech Medical Room (ČLK) continues to be Zdeněk Mrozek, who has no candidate for election. Mrozek has been in office since 2008. On Saturday he was appointed by delegates from the Congress of CLK in Vysočany, Prague. The Congress also elects the Audit Board and the Honorable Council.
In the following period, Mrozek will focus, for example, on changing postgraduate education. The aim is to prevent the extension of education, which, according to Mrozka, makes doctors' competitiveness worse. Foreign medical practitioners, according to the vice president, may not work as doctors until their language and professional skills are verified. Mrozek is also worried about the emergence of other chains that connect insurance companies, health care facilities and suppliers.
Mrozek works at the Olomouc University Hospital Anesthesiology and Resuscitation Clinic. He teaches at the Faculty of Medicine, Palacky University. He has been active in various positions since 1996, since 2002, he has been a member of the licensing committee and since 2009 the chairman of the CLK Scientific Council.
Milan Kubek was elected president for the first time in 2006. The original law allowed only two ballots and representatives, but in 2014 they were changed. Kubek was chosen for the third time in 2015 for the third time.
The Czech Medical Chamber is a self-regulating professional organization with mandatory membership. It has around 52,200 members, of which around 43,000 are active doctors. The Chamber oversees that doctors carry out their profession professionally, in accordance with ethics and law. This guarantees members' expertise and confirms the fulfillment of conditions for practicing the medical profession. It also maintains a list of members and defends their rights and professional interests.
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