When Dr anderson’s dental practice goes on strike, nurses and dentists say it’s an attack on health care
Dr andesanderson is a dental and orthodontic surgeon in the city of Cavan.
He has been in Ireland since 1993 and has had to strike over his treatment of patients.
He says that in the past two years he has seen patients with multiple sclerosis, cancer, asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and depression.
He says that for many of these patients, their health care is a luxury, as he is unable to treat them on a full-time basis.
Dr anderson has been told that his practice will go into administration next month, with a strike expected to start on the 1st of July.
He believes that he is being attacked because he is a doctor and a dentist.
Dr D.C. anderson said that the strike will take the toll on his family.
He said that his wife and his four-year-old daughter have been diagnosed with multiple Sclerosis, and he is currently unable to provide any treatment.
In a statement, the General Secretary of the Irish Dentists Association said that Dr andersen has been unfairly targeted and that he will not stand for re-election as a dentist in Cavan until his contract is extended.
The union said that he has been called a “dentist with a conscience” and “anti-dentists” by the Government.
It said that it is concerned that he could be placed on the front foot by the government, as they are not being forthcoming with information about his treatments.
It also said that they are concerned that there are “serious concerns” that there could be a “double whammy” of cuts to health services for Irish dentists.
“We have serious concerns that this could happen to the dentists of Coggan, Mayo and Monaghan who are also in the strike,” the union said.
“The fact that we have been unable to hold the Government to account on their threats to dentists who are in the public sector and who are taking a stand against cuts to their health services shows that there is no respect for their professions,” it said.
The general secretary of the Dentists of Ireland Association said it is “disappointed” that the Government have chosen to target the dentistry sector.
“This attack on our profession is an attack upon the health of our citizens,” he said.
Dr. D. C. andersen said that there will be a general strike on 1st July, with all hospitals closed and the public health services to be affected.
He added that the public will be able to use the emergency services, and that the health services will continue to provide essential services, such as health checks, vaccinations and hospitalisation.
The Association said there will also be a strike in the coming days at some of the most popular hospitals in the country, including Auberge du Monde, the Mayo and Kilkenny General Hospitals.