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Aneano Medical tourism is very developed in Singapore, patients from all over the world come here for treatment.
23-06-2022 05:11 PM
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sot ah where got so much. raffles anchor is about 12~13k
cos u not good enough
23-06-2022 10:25 AM
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20k for gp
a&e if u do night shift also 20k
mo is 12 to 15k.
sot ah where got so much. raffles anchor is about 12~13k
23-06-2022 07:29 AM
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Hello does any one know how much raffles medical pay the basic GP? Also how much would they pay raffles hospital perm staff A&E? And raffles medical hospital MO? (Do they even exist)
20k for gp
a&e if u do night shift also 20k
mo is 12 to 15k.
23-06-2022 12:13 AM
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Hello does any one know how much raffles medical pay the basic GP? Also how much would they pay raffles hospital perm staff A&E? And raffles medical hospital MO? (Do they even exist)
What you mean when you ask "Do they even exist"?
22-06-2022 11:29 PM
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Raffles medical

Hello does any one know how much raffles medical pay the basic GP? Also how much would they pay raffles hospital perm staff A&E? And raffles medical hospital MO? (Do they even exist)
21-06-2022 04:21 PM
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Hi there,

Is there a big pay difference (in both private and public sector) of working in Singapore with or without a GP qualification from overseas?

Am currently studying in the UK at the moment and considering whether to finish GP (3years) before coming back to work as I've heard that family medicine (aka GP in the UK) is getting increasingly difficult to get into.

Thanks alot!
work as what?
a gp /fp?
u take UK mrcgp need 5 years.
2 foundation year plus 3 training
by the time u come back is year 6 liao.
u come back is conditional reg also.

only raffles can take u in private on c reg.
no polyclinic will take u direct becuae no one knows u.
u can only join mohh who might not post u to polyclinic.
u want to go back to being a mo in gen med unit?

ya. surprisingly fam med v difficult to get in now.
it's 5 applicants per spot.
even dean lister applying now.

hallelujah.
21-06-2022 12:38 PM
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Can I ask for doctors who left for private after their training and bond, but subsequently found that they don't like it, will they be accepted back to the public sector? (Referring to those who completed full training , not those who broke bond of course)
And asking from perspective of both specialist (i.e those who left after serving at least few years as consultant) and family physician (those who completed mmed/fellowship)
I donít see why not.
There have been cases of returning specialists and FPs.
If you are fully qualified and no bad blood / not burnt your bridges, I donít see why not.
21-06-2022 08:05 AM
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Hi there,

Is there a big pay difference (in both private and public sector) of working in Singapore with or without a GP qualification from overseas?

Am currently studying in the UK at the moment and considering whether to finish GP (3years) before coming back to work as I've heard that family medicine (aka GP in the UK) is getting increasingly difficult to get into.

Thanks alot!
In the pte GP market having a MRCGP will make no difference to your salary.

In the public sector having a MRCGP is also not much use since they only recognize MMed Fam Med as specialist family physician qualifications.

So if you have your mind set on coming back to SG might as well come back ASAP.
21-06-2022 05:12 AM
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Coming back to work in SG with GP qualifications in UK

Hi there,

Is there a big pay difference (in both private and public sector) of working in Singapore with or without a GP qualification from overseas?

Am currently studying in the UK at the moment and considering whether to finish GP (3years) before coming back to work as I've heard that family medicine (aka GP in the UK) is getting increasingly difficult to get into.

Thanks alot!
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