Spain: The reality of the Healthcare System in Capitalism

In the public healthcare system in Spain, the average general practitioner (GP) attends a population of more than 1300 people. This means that they have appointments with tens of people per day and such an appointment lasts, on average, not much longer than five minutes. A government survey reveals that a staggering 20.7% of people … Continue reading Spain: The reality of the Healthcare System in Capitalism