Hunt reveals plans to train up to 1,500 more doctors a year



Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt has announced plans to train up to 1,500 more doctors a year in a bid to tackle the recruitment crisis and make NHS England "self-sufficient" in doctors by the middle of the next decade.
Mr Hunt will reform the current 6,000-a-year cap on students at medical schools, allowing numbers to grow by as much as a quarter and ensuring that all young people with the capability to train as a doctor have the chance to do so.
And he will announce a new requirement for all doctors trained on the NHS to work for the public healthcare service for a minimum of four... read more

 
4 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 29
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