The existence of the special labourlaw status of medical worker requires a special set of rules of law that give rise to the effect of differentiation of legal regulation in relation to this category of workers.
Considering the various methods of differentiation, the author concludes that the labor of medical workers is governed both by the rules - withdrawal and through the rules - additions. Exploring the work of various authors, dedicated to the grounds of differentiation of legal regulation of labor of medical workers, the author formulates the author's own group of the bases of such kind of differentiation, including both external and internal grounds.
The study of bases of differentiation of legal regulation of medical workers has allowed the author to come to the conclusion that special labourlaw status of medical worker includes two components: a general (uniform) and a specialized (differentiated), which can be compared with internal and external bases of differentiation, respectively.
Under the general (uniform) component of the labourlaw status of medical worker should understand a set of common, identical for all medical workers' rights, duties and liability measures. The specialized (differentiated) component of the labourlaw status of medical worker is a circle of special rights, duties and liability measures that correspond to positions, specialty and qualification of a concrete medical worker.