Romanian doctors who wish to return to the country will have at their disposal a center coordinated by the Ministry of Health.
Romanian doctors who wish to return to the country will have at their disposal, from Monday, a center coordinated by the Ministry of Health, where they will receive information that will help them to practice again in Romania.
Restoration Minister Florian Bodog said he already has signals from Germany and England about the return of some doctors, after the announcement about the salary increase in the system, but also in the context created by Britain’s exit from the European Union.
Florian Bodog: “Through the government program, we have planned and set up, within the Ministry of Health, the National Center for Human Resources, which will be operational from Monday, we will staff it and provide assistance to all doctors who wish to return to the country, whether they have done their specialization here or elsewhere.”
Florian Bodog also clarified that the National Center for Human Resources, as the institution will be called, will help Romanian doctors, whether they specialize in the country or abroad.
Moreover, in London, where many Romanian doctors and nurses work, the government is under intense pressure in Parliament to guarantee the jobs of Europeans employed in the British public health system.
The local press wrote on Sunday that the shortage of doctors is acute in Britain and that the number of European specialists leaving the system increased dramatically in the latter part of last year.