September 21, 2023
Maceió Health Adjunct dismissed after a suspected backlog of jobs and shifts in AL . government hospitals

Maceió Health Adjunct dismissed after a suspected backlog of jobs and shifts in AL . government hospitals

Maceio’s Department of Health Deputy Secretary, Aldo Calata, was removed from his position, at the request, after the JHC Mayor’s Department (PSB) learned that he had accumulated jobs at the Town Hall and at the State Department of Health (Sesau) as a physician. The exemption came in the official newspaper of the municipality (DOM), today, Tuesday (24).

The municipal administration learned that the deputy – who must work with exclusive dedication on the file – was also working shifts and receiving salaries from Sisau. Officially, the city government reported that Calaça was acquitted, but did not explain why.

However, sources linked to the mayor’s office admitted that the Jordanian Higher Committee did not allow the doctor to continue in his position in light of the accusations that plagued him and open the door to political use of the state’s portfolio.

to me gastop, the office of Representative Devi Maia (Dim), who denounced Doctor Marcos Ramalho for the backlog of jobs, rotation in more than one position at the same time and his salary of R$72,000 in the state, detailing that he became aware of Calaça’s double shift and that the JHC management is right through Adopting a zero-tolerance policy in the face of suspected violations.

The municipal MP’s dismissal comes a day after Governor Renan Filho (MDB) ignored the series of complaints against Ramalho and the administration of the health minister, Alexandre Ayres, and asserted publicly that he was “with Ramalho and that he is telling us in your full confidence”.

On the Alagoas government’s transparency portal, Calaça appears as a candidate at the University of Health Sciences of Alagoas (Uncisal) and is a member of the medical team of the Hospital Metropolitano and da Mata. Salaries in health units exceed 20 thousand Brazilian riyals per month. In Town Hall, the salary is R$7,000. The figures indicate that the doctor did not reach the constitutional ceiling of 39.2 thousand Brazilian reais, which is the salary of a minister in the Federal Supreme Court.

Over the phone, Aldo Calasa informed that his motive for leaving was for personal reasons, as he works as a neurosurgeon and will focus his work solely on this field, working in Santa Casa de Misericordia in Maceió.

“I am grateful, on this occasion, for the confidence of the Mayor of JHC, who is doing an excellent job in his administration,” he noted.

Maceio and state health ministries have been contacted, but until the order was published, they had not commented.