Romanian ambassador defends country's contribution to NHS

Romanian ambassador defends country's contribution to NHS
 

The Romanian ambassador to the UK has said his country has made a significant financial contribution to the NHS as a result of the number of highly qualified health workers who have moved to Britain.
Dan Mihalache said his country paid more than €100,000 to train up one medical student to become a doctor in Romania.
“That is our contribution to your National Health Service,” he told a committee of peers in the House of Lords, adding that there were 10,000 or more Romanians working in the NHS.
Mihalache argued that there were “two sides of the coin” when it came to free movement within the... read more

 
18 October 2016 in Health, Views: 40
Source: Guardian
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