April 16, 2021

The OPE of nurse, physiotherapy and midwife is agreed – La Provincia

The OPE of nurse, physiotherapy and midwife is agreed - La Provincia

The director of Canary Islands Health Service (SCS), Conrado Domínguez, accompanied by the General Director of Human Resources, Antonia María Pérez, presided this morning an extraordinary meeting of the Sector Roundtable in which the basis for the convocation of selective processes and merit scales of the categories of Nurse, Physiotherapist and Matron.

During the meeting, in which representatives of Cemsatse, Intersindical Canaria, UGT, CCOO, Sepca and Asaca participated, the bases and scales of the transfer competition of the aforementioned professional categories and the Technical Group of the Administrative Function were also agreed.

In this sense, it was agreed that the opposition phase has a maximum score of 55 points and the contest 45, of which 30 points correspond to professional experience. As for the years of service to reach the maximum score of professional experience, it was set at 15 years.

They are also included in the rules of the OPE call to be able to request a commission of service outside the Canary Health Service should be two years of previous services in the Canary Islands.


At the meeting it was agreed, on the other hand, that the nursing opposition phase will count with 1,095 free competition places and 509 for a transfer contest; in Physiotherapy there will be 62 for opposition and 13 for transfer, while for midwife there will be 123 for opposition and 10 for the transfer contest.

Finally, the meeting confirmed that the exams will be held on May 12, 2019, in a coordinated manner with several autonomous communities. The appointment, agreed by the Canarian Executive with other autonomous communities, will serve to remove almost 1,600 places in three categories: Nursing, Matron and Physiotherapy. This was reported last December, the director of the Canary Health Service, Conrado Domínguez in the Sectorial Table with the representative unions of health professionals, in a statement in which he recalled that the OPE approved last November affected a total of 7,198 places.

As announced in December, the Ministry of Health of the Government of the Canary Islands works on two documents related to the work situation of the staff and those that yesterday gave account at the sectoral table before the representatives of the unions State Convergence of Doctors and Nursing (Cemsatse), Intersindical Canaria, UGT, CCOO, Sepca and Asaca.

In this regard, the procedure for the establishment, organization, updating and operation of the new employment list for the selection and appointment of temporary statutory staff was agreed, as well as for access to the situation of temporary internal promotion in the bodies providing health services.


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