Saturday, July 25, 2015

GRippocratic oath

Today, it's get out while the getting is good for Greek health care providers;
An increasing number of Greek doctors, especially those in highly specialized fields, have been leaving for jobs abroad, according to the Athens Medical Association (ISA), which warns of major staffing shortages in the years to come.
Since 2010 more than 7,500 doctors have left Greece. In the first six months of 2015 ISA issued almost 800 'certificates of competence' that allow Greek physicians to practice in other countries.

First, find a job;
Qualified nurses – around 8,000 of whom are unemployed – are also having trouble finding work, with the Greek Nurses’ Union saying that it issued 74 certificates in 2010, 357 in 2012 and 349 last year.

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