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Yesterday 02:40 PM
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wah. can u let the health minster know I don't mind sweep the floor with my m.med salary lei
Actually when can let health minister legislate that mbbs/gdfm must be supervised by fcfps?
Yesterday 12:12 PM
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Bro donít kid urself. Medder can only sweep the floor and do triage. You know it. I know it. The basic qualification is fcpfs. You no fellow, means is quack doctor

Fresh fellow also shaky
Min is 10 years post fellowship exp then is an average dr.
wah. can u let the health minster know I don't mind sweep the floor with my m.med salary lei
Yesterday 11:33 AM
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Hey everyone.

I'm currently a family medicine resident in South Korea and as someone who has lived abroad for a long time, have no difficulty with Engish. If given the opportunity, I was wondering what the working conditions and salary of working in Singapore would be like compared to Korea, USA, Australia etc for someone with a board in family medicine. Apparently the wage difference between Korea and Singapore doesn't seem that different, but what would be some pros/cons to consider regarding working in Singpore.

Any advice or insight would be appreciated.
Thanks!
Both south Korea and singapore
Works doc hard

But if u south Korean, due to all the k dramas
You might be popular if u come to singapore
But no hidden camera coz hidden cams are endemic in south korea
Yesterday 11:18 AM
Unregistered Hey everyone.

I'm currently a family medicine resident in South Korea and as someone who has lived abroad for a long time, have no difficulty with Engish. If given the opportunity, I was wondering what the working conditions and salary of working in Singapore would be like compared to Korea, USA, Australia etc for someone with a board in family medicine. Apparently the wage difference between Korea and Singapore doesn't seem that different, but what would be some pros/cons to consider regarding working in Singpore.

Any advice or insight would be appreciated.
Thanks!
Yesterday 09:30 AM
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In the end mmee make money is cos of salary. Govt agree to pay.

Gdfm salary also.

In the end if all go out and charge for their consults i doubt patient pay according to whatever letter behind your name. All same same.
Yesterday 09:18 AM
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If you say so ..
Makes me laugh how you think mmed is the end of it
And how you think mmed is the gold standard
Post your mcr here and see who has the last laugh
08-08-2022 09:47 PM
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sounds like something a non mmeder would say.
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If you say so ..
Makes me laugh how you think mmed is the end of it
And how you think mmed is the gold standard
08-08-2022 02:53 PM
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Bro donít kid urself. Medder can only sweep the floor and do triage. You know it. I know it. The basic qualification is fcpfs. You no fellow, means is quack doctor

Fresh fellow also shaky
Min is 10 years post fellowship exp then is an average dr.
Hard truths
08-08-2022 02:36 PM
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Bro donít kid urself. Medder can only sweep the floor and do triage. You know it. I know it. The basic qualification is fcpfs. You no fellow, means is quack doctor

Fresh fellow also shaky
Min is 10 years post fellowship exp then is an average dr.
Hard truths
08-08-2022 01:08 PM
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Do not look down on others/locums
Everyone has their own path. It does not mean having an MMED makes you a better doctor or that having a GDFM only makes you a lesser doctor.
sounds like something a non mmeder would say.
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