Hunt pledges more home-grown trainee doctors and minimum NHS service term



Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt has pledged to end NHS England's reliance on foreign doctors by increasing numbers trained in medical schools by 25%.
Mr Hunt will lift a 6,000 cap on numbers of medical students to allow a further 1,500 a year to be trained.
And he will announce a new requirement for all doctors trained on the NHS - at an average cost to taxpayers of £220,000 - to work for the public healthcare service for a minimum of four years after graduation.
Prime Minister Theresa May said the reforms would allow more young people to fulfil their ambitions.
She told Sky News's Sunrise:... read more

 
4 October 2016 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 26
Source: Batley News
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