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綜合病院 修練要員의 適正報酬 策定에 關한 硏究

A Study for Setting an Adequate Level of Salary for Interns and Resident Physicians of Hospitals

공중보건잡지 1971년 8권 1호 p.127 ~ 132
이재택,
소속 상세정보
이재택 (  ) - 서울대학교 보건대학원

Abstract


Questionnaire forms were sent to 60 training hospitals of 72 hospitals registered with the Korean Hospital Association as of August 1970. The 12 hospitals excluded from the survey were military hospitals. A total of 41 hospitals responded to the questions. Chiefly on the basis of their answers, the status of distribution and salaries of their interns, resident physicians, and nurses were studied and analyzed as a means of seeking an appropriate solution to their labor dispute which has now emerged as a social problem. As a result, the following summary (No. 1-4)and conclusion(No 5-6)have been reached:
1. As for the distribution of interns and resident physicians by organization of hospital: approximately 59% of them was employed by private hospital, approximately 36 per cent by national hospital and approximately 5% by publicly operated hospitals. On the other hand, as for the distribution of nurses by organization of hospital, approximately 68 per cent of them was employed by private hospitals, approximately 23% by national hospitals, and approximately 9% by prblicly operated hospital.
2. The salaries of interns and resident physicians employed by national hospitals were compared with those paid to their counterparts of private hospitals as follows:
The interns of private hospitals were paid an average of 7,100 won more than their counterparts of national hospitals. The average monthly salary of the first-year resident physicians of private hospitals was 10,500 won greater in amount than that of their counterparts of national hospitals: that of the second year resident physicians of private hospitals 14,700 won greater: and that of the fourth-year resident physicians of private hospitals 14,600 won greater than that of their corresponding counterparts of national hospitals.
3. The salaries of nurses were as follows by the organization of hospital:
(a) Salaries of Senior Nurses:
Their average monthly salaries were 34,660 won at national hospitals, 31,927 won at private hospitals, and 26,220 won at publicly operated hospitals.
(b) Salaries of Staff Nurses:
Their average monthly salaries were 20,250 won at national hospitals, 22,089 won at private hospitals, and 17,047 won at publicly operated hospitals.
4. Under the premise that the interns who graduated from six-year-course medical colleges deserve salaries equivalent to the salaries of four-year-course college graduates who have two years or more of jobsite experience, comparison was made between the monthly salaries of interns, resident physicians and those of the corresponding counterparts of other employees.
As a result, it was discovered that the salaries of interns and resident physicians were remarkably smaller in amount than the average monthly salary from 44,240 won to 46,890 won paid to the high school teachers, from 34,503 won to 82,439 won paid to the low-grade white-collar-employees of state operated enterprises, and from 35,790 won to 79,670 won paid to the low-grade white-collar employees of private companies.
5. In order to increase the salaries of interns and resident physicians of national hospitals to a level equivalent to the salaries of their counterparts of other jobs, it was believed to be necessary to elevate the pay scale of national hospitals by 100% or more, and the bonus to the level of 10,000 won or more.
6. It was also considered necessary to increase the monthly allowances of staff nurses and head nurses of national hospitals by 300 per cent, or more, and increase salaries of nursed to a level of the average monthly salary (approximately 50,000 won) currently paid to school nurses, with dur modifications depending on their corresponding lengths of employment.

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