Great Doctor Ling Ran Chapter 1026"Old Huo, it's no fun if you're being like this." The gray-haired Old Wang looked like an onion with hair growing out after his face turned red.
"So?" Huo Congjun had scolded many people before. Although occasionally he scolded people just for the sake of scolding them, today's situation was different.
The other party was not even worthy.
He did not even bother to remember the names of the several people who followed Old Wang.
He may still scold them in the future anyway. To act friendly and be an acquaintance would only affect his emotions.
Old Wang was so angry that even his hair started to tremble after feeling Huo Congjun's contempt.
'That's too f*cking materialistic!'
'When I'm old and without power as well as technique, must I be discriminated against by you?
'I've so many years gaining experience in the medical field of Yun Hua Hospital, and everyone who sees me would greet me as "Chief Physician Wang".
'You could have just said a few words, given some compensation, then respectfully sent us away and things would be settled right? What's with your attitude now? What kind of attitude is this? Are you looking down on people now?'
Old Wang thought of it even further and felt his anger building up in him. After seeing that Huo Congjun suggestive face of "you better be careful, I could scold you till death", he subconsciously stressed his tone and emphasized, "Old Huo, let me remind you, you're not the only one who can organize a training camp. When several of us join together, we would have a bigger momentum and be able to recruit more people than you. But is it necessary to do so?"
If his reply did not end with a "but", the doctors behind Old Wang would have revolted on the spot.
At that moment, someone coughed to remind Old Wang, 'This is not what we said before.'
Old Wang returned his gaze. 'Don't be afraid, I'm just scaring them.'
Huo Congjun was actually worried for a second, and in a flash, he laughed.
'Did you actually think it's easy organizing a training camp?'
Having in-service training doctors was not charity work. Whoever had them in their hands had to use them well to produce equivalent benefits.
Only an extremely busy hospital like Yun Hua Hospital would recruit as many in-service training doctors as possible.
In fact, if it were not for the expansion of the Emergency Medical Center leading to insufficient manpower that could not be filled in within a short period of time, Huo Congjun would not dare to get dozens of in-service training doctors to come over in one go.
In-service training doctors were indeed a very useful immediate combative force. Its advantage was that they did not need to be authorized and could be immediately used. But why were the in-service training doctors willing to do this? Because they wanted a better future and a higher income.
The mindsets of in-service training doctors, housemen, and medical interns were especially different when it came to income.
Practicum and housemanship were hospital policies, and it was a process that must be experienced by young doctors, but not for in-service training doctors. Moreover, most in-service training doctors have graduated for several years. Those who were quick would have started a family and built their career, whereas the slower ones would also have mortgages and car loans, and also have to spend money on fitness, insurance, buying items to satisfy their wants, and maybe raise a pet. The income of a houseman was only enough to allow them to survive, and that was not enough. Hospitals and departments could certainly provide a lower salary and bonuses to in-service training doctors. In fact, they could even pay these in-service training doctors far less than their authorized doctors, but all in all, those who could be used would be considered cost-effective, but those who could not be used would just be wasting their money, and they would still suffer a dent in their resources even if they were only paying around ten of these in-service training doctors.
Moreover, when it came to the bottom line in their accounts, even the department director and even the hospital director could not hide how they spent the hospital's money. The income of in-service training doctors was taken from the department's vault, after all. If these in-service training doctors could help to reduce the workload and increase the hospital's income, the doctors would naturally be welcoming toward them, but if they just threw money at these doctors when they did nothing, the other doctors would not speak well of it.
If a department director could not lead the doctors to a better future, then his words would not hold much value.
The only hospitals in Yun Hua City who were qualified to organize training camps were the three major hospitals. The remaining tertiary Grade A hospitals, such as the Second People's Hospital where Old Wang was at, could never dream of organizing a training camp because they were already in a bit of a struggle to ensure that the authorized medical staff in their departments had enough for their necessities.
'Organize a training camp?'
Huo Congjun's eyes scanned Old Wang's face. Then, he started looking at the old fools in the room.
Old Wang and the others were confused for a few seconds, but they soon stood in their proper positions and looked at Huo Congjun calmly.
Huo Congjun smiled faintly. "Our training camp only takes a few months. After it ends, you can reorganize your plans. This is good for everyone. We can also reduce the waste of resources. That's all I have to say, you can decide the rest for yourselves."
Old Wang listened to Huo Congjun's words. His nostrils almost flared. "How can you speak like this..."
Huo Congjun's gaze was eerie, and he looked like he was always ready to turn Old Wang's status in his mind as a friend to an enemy.
While Old Wang was speaking, he subconsciously stopped for a moment. Then, he switched smoothly from making personal attacks to having a discussion on technical perspective. "Even if you recruit so many doctors for in-service training, what are you going to teach them? When you talk about training camps, you must give people the opportunity to train. We can't lead the juniors astray."
"As for this, I have Ling Ran." When Huo Congjun saw that Old Wang's attitude had changed, his tone also became milder. If these two to three kittens were obedient and did not affect the training camp plan from being carried out, he actually did not really care about scolding them.
Old Wang laughed out loud, just as he had expected. "Do you think Ling Ran alone can organize a training camp?"
"Ling Ran can pick a few first, and the rest can share what remains. As for the ones who aren't picked, we can send them to our own ICU." As Huo Congjun said this, the corners of his mouth curled upward in asmug smile.
The imposing aura Old Wang and the others built vanished without a trace.
'Right, they have their own ICU, how can I justify things further?!'
Moreover, the ICU was the most terrifying in terms of the consumption of manpower. An eight-bed ICU would need at least twelve doctors to function. Even if they decided to allocate more manpower there, having sixteen doctors inside would still not be considered a lot.
Based on the situation now, Huo Congjun really needed to organize his training camp.
Old Wang's gaze subconsciously moved to the screen.
At that time, Lu Wenbin was about to be done with suturing the tendon. He used seven #0 threads to wrap a circle around the tendon, and he could be said to have done his duty very seriously.
"How's the suture?" Huo Congjun noticed several people's expressions and could not help but rejoice.
The Lu Wenbin one year ago would not be able to perform at his current level, even though he was already a chief surgeon. His skills could only be said to be at the level of an ordinary attending physician. However, after going through spartan training for a month under Ling Ran, Lu Wenbin and the others' skills had obviously transformed.
Their skills in handling certain details in particular amazed Huo Congjun. It was no longer an exaggeration to say that he had reached the level of the attending physicians of Yun Hua Hospital's Hand Surgery Department.
Of course, this was not surprising. It was the same principle as to how many in-service training doctors who went to top-grade hospitals were able to become the pillars of support for their hospitals. First, the doctor must accumulate enough experience, and next, there must be a capable doctor guiding them.
It was easy for someone to tell others to pay attention to details and point out where they should pay attention to, but a doctor's personal experience was usually needed to attend to those details during these busy, tedious, and stressful operations.
As far as the M-Tang technique and even tendon repair skills were concerned, Ling Ran was one of the best in Yun Hua Hospital, and only he can guide someone else into being able to perform such meticulous work.
It was extremely hard for someone to be able to reach Lu Wenbin's degree and learn the essence of a skill through pure observation and without direct guidance.
This was where the strict ranking system held among the surgeons manifested its ugly head. It was very difficult for young doctors to grow if they were not meek and subservient. If they did not receive guidance or if their senior doctors did not teach them with care, the results of their growth would be completely different from those who did receive guidance and had attentive senior doctors.
Some chief physicians would only teach their skills to the people under them right before their retirement. Their ways and trains of thought were similar to the craftsmen of the past millennium.
Old Wang and the others also sensed something unusual from Lu Wenbin's technique.
"The suturing is good." There was an old doctor standing on the side. He was Li Bian from Zhongshan Hospital, and he asked, "This doctor of yours... Doctor Ling Ran, I mean. Will he be teaching the entire course?"
"Yes, we're not leading young people astray." Huo Congjun looked proud.
"His foundation is really good." The old doctor, Li Bian wore a slight smile and looked at the screen again.
The surgery was also nearing its end.
After Ling Ran watched for just a while, he lost interest. He then threw away the forceps in his hand and left, leaving the second assistant to become Lu Wenbin's first assistant.
The doctors in the visitation room looked at each other and began to leave in groups of two to three.
Huo Congjun's phone rang as a reminder that a message had arrived.
When Huo Congjun opened it, he saw a message sent by an unfamiliar number. [Department Director Huo, I'm Li Bian from Zhongshan Hospital. I'd like to know if you could give me a slot for Doctor Ling's training camp. I'd like my son to try.]
Huo Congjun raised his head before he cast a sideways glance at something. He smiled before he replied.