Zavoral resigned as head of the Central Military Hospital iRADIO

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The director of the Central Military Hospital, Miroslav Zavoral, has decided to quit his position. He handed over the written decision to the leadership of the Ministry of Defense on Wednesday. He will remain at the head of the hospital, which he led for fourteen years, until the end of June, the ministry informed in a press release. A tender will be announced for his successor.



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4:13 p.m 3/4/2024 (Updated: 16:23 04/03/2024)

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“I did so after mature consideration and considering my age. Furthermore, I want to focus exclusively on medicine and patient care,” explained Zavoral. He submitted his resignation on June 30, 2024 and is then ready to hand over the hospital to his successor. This will result from a selection procedure prepared by the Ministry.

“The Central Military Hospital in Prague has a high prestige and a tradition of being one of the best hospitals in the Czech Republic. I thank Miroslav Zavoral for his many years of service at the head of the hospital and I wish him success in his further professional and personal life,” said Minister of Defense Jana Černochová.


Černochová seeks the departure of Zavoral from the management of the Central Military Hospital. The reason is not clear

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But Černochová already tried to get rid of Zavoral last year at the end of May. This was confirmed to Radiožurnál and the iROZHLAS.cz server at the time by two independent sources familiar with the situation. According to them, the minister wanted to create the impression that Zavoral was leaving voluntarily.

“She put a knife to his neck so that he would submit a request to leave his post,” described one of the sources familiar with the conflicts between the leadership of the Ministry of Defense and other branches of the state on condition of anonymity.

A week later, in an interview with Radiožurnál, Černochová admitted to disagreements with Zavoral, and what bothered her the most was that a year ago she had asked for a larger number of medical examiners who decide whether an applicant can join the army or not.

“From time to time it probably happens that you wait six or seven months before you are even notified that you are being invited for an examination,” Černochová told Radiožurnál. “If we are to have 30,000 professional soldiers in 2030, they have to move like hell to make it so,” added the minister at the time.

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