A total of 45 family and community medicine places have become vacant in Castilla y León, which represents 28 percent of the 161 offered, once the process of awarding the destinations has concluded this Friday, according to health sources consulted by Ical. This means that 116 posts have been filled.
According to these data, Soria and Zamora register the highest number of vacancies, with twelve and eight vacancies of the 15 and 12, respectively, that were put into play, that is, 80 and 66 percent of the total in each Province. In addition, in the health area of Medina del Campo (Valladolid), for example, none of the five places offered have been filled.
On the contrary, there are areas that have had more claims. This has completed the quota of the urban areas of Valladolid, which was the one that offered the most: 15 in Valladolid East and 20 in Valladolid West. The same occurs in Salamanca, where the 14 that were proposed have been consigned, and in the provinces closest to Madrid, such as Segovia, with eight, and Ávila, with nine.
Inequality is also evident by autonomous communities. While in Castilla y León the occupancy rate has been 72 percent, with 28 percent unoccupied, the demand reaches one hundred percent in Madrid, where the 240 places that were offered have been awarded. The same happens in the Valencian Community, with each and every one of the 227 requested by the MIR; and the Basque Country, with 109.
Castilla-La Mancha, the Canary Islands, Murcia and the Balearic Islands, in addition to the autonomous cities of Ceuta and Melilla, where only three places were offered, all of them requested, also reach that rate, with fewer places. For its part, Andalusia filled 99.6 percent of the 410 places (408), Aragon, 94.6 percent; Galicia, 93.6; Navarra, 87 percent; Asturias, 83; Cantabria, 81; Catalonia, 80 percent; La Rioja, 68 percent; and Extremadura, 59.