Private hospitals look to train own specialists, says association

Private hospitals look to train own specialists, says association

3/12/2021 4:27:00 AM

Private hospitals look to train own specialists, says association

This will benefit hundreds of contract medical officers waiting for permanent positions.

Dec 3, 2021 1:24 AM⋅:1:24 AMDiscussions are ongoing for private hospitals to be allowed to train their own specialists in various fields, revealed the Association of Private Hospitals in Malaysia (APHM) amid a wave of departures by contract medical officers from the public sector.

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APHM president Dr Kuljit Singh said the proposal to benefit hundreds of contract medical officers waiting for permanent positions was discussed with Health Minister Khairy Jamaluddin in a recent workshop by the ministry."Current opportunities for medical officers to be trained as specialists and then to be given a post in the government sector is limited," Kuljit said in a statement today.

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