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Today 01:55 AM
Unregistered How many people join residency nowadays? Whats the point when Being a GP/locum earns you so much more?
26-06-2022 03:10 PM
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Like most countries in the world, Singapore has both public and private healthcare. All medical institutions, regardless of the form of ownership, are equipped with the latest equipment, and the service is equally impeccable, only in private hospitals can the examination and treatment process be organized much faster. Medical tourism is very developed in Singapore, patients from all over the world come here for treatment. But if you do not have the opportunity to come to Singapore for quality treatment, from my personal experience I can recommend [URL="s://.trinityschoolofmedicine.org/resources/ultimate-guide-caribbean-medical-schools"]trinityschoolofmedicine.org[/. Specialized doctors with the latest equipment also graduate from this university, and treatment will cost you much less.
Caribbean Medical school? Biggest scam of all.
26-06-2022 02:01 AM
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Like most countries in the world, Singapore has both public and private healthcare. All medical institutions, regardless of the form of ownership, are equipped with the latest equipment, and the service is equally impeccable, only in private hospitals can the examination and treatment process be organized much faster. Medical tourism is very developed in Singapore, patients from all over the world come here for treatment. But if you do not have the opportunity to come to Singapore for quality treatment, from my personal experience I can recommend [URL="s://.trinityschoolofmedicine.org/resources/ultimate-guide-caribbean-medical-schools"]trinityschoolofmedicine.org[/. Specialized doctors with the latest equipment also graduate from this university, and treatment will cost you much
less.
Caribbean Medical School lol!

Thats where all the North American Medical School rejects go to ans then out MD at the back of their names but can never get into a residency training position.

Biggest scam ever.

Great if you are happy to have MD at the back of your name but work as clinic manager or recruiter
25-06-2022 07:37 PM
Aneano Like most countries in the world, Singapore has both public and private healthcare. All medical institutions, regardless of the form of ownership, are equipped with the latest equipment, and the service is equally impeccable, only in private hospitals can the examination and treatment process be organized much faster. Medical tourism is very developed in Singapore, patients from all over the world come here for treatment. But if you do not have the opportunity to come to Singapore for quality treatment, from my personal experience I can recommend trinityschoolofmedicine.org. Specialized doctors with the latest equipment also graduate from this university, and treatment will cost you much less.
24-06-2022 12:50 AM
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)
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