Hospital staff will be replacing over 80 doctors and nurses, who work for the Mabes Hospital, the new owner of the hospital said on Tuesday.
The hospital is the only one in the capital of Poland that has not been built by a private company.
A total of 1,200 staff will also be displaced, with more than 1,000 doctors, nurses and pharmacists leaving, the health ministry said in a statement.
The ministry said the employees will be hired in private companies.
The Mabers Hospital will be closed for renovation.
The building is being renovated and reopened in 2017, when the state-owned health system will be renamed Maborska and a new hospital will open.
The ministry said it will be providing a fund of up to 20 million zlotys ($1.9 million) for the health system.
The budget will be paid by a levy on the tax base, and will include 1,300 medical personnel, 2,000 dentists and 30 hospital staff.
The health ministry also said it plans to establish a new “medical services department” and establish a special fund for health and rehabilitation in the country, which will be used to pay for medical services and to support the new Mabinska hospital.
It said the health and social services budget will cover about 3,000 medical and dental workers, which it said would be replaced with more specialists.
The ministry also announced that it will establish a team of experts to provide information about the new hospital and to prepare plans for its operation, as well as to ensure that the health care system is modernized.