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Tackle serious glut of doctors, urges former MMA head

Dr David KL Quek says the country has over-produced doctors over the last 10 years.

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Doctor and nurses hurt after man hurls Molotov cocktail

The attacker is believed to be mentally unsound.

MMA calls for more training hospitals, houseman slots

More posts for housemen will allow new doctors to be placed more quickly, says MMA chief Ravindran Naidu.

Health ministry taking action to end glut of doctors, nurses

Dzulkefly Ahmad says no new degree programmes, no increase in medical student intake, and more training slots for graduates.

Zimbabwe nurses end strike, challenge dismissal in court

HARARE: Zimbabwean nurses have called off a strike against poor working conditions and will return to work on Monday, a nurses union said on...

Zimbabwe nurses go on strike over allowances

The strike left public hospitals understaffed and follows a month-long walkout by junior doctors that ended on April 2, 2018.

No oversupply, high demand for Malaysian nurses

Lincoln University College Pro Chancellor says fresh graduates with nursing diplomas can earn almost RM9,300 a month working in Singapore.

Some ‘nurses’ aren’t there for your good health, say cops

Police warn of two women travelling through Batu Pahat, robbing residents under the guise of providing free health checks.

Condition of nurses, physiotherapist in HSA blaze improve

The three victims of the hospital fire are no longer dependent on the ventilator and no longer need oxygen aid.

JB hospital doc denies rumours, relates rescue effort

A general surgeon at Sultanah Aminah Hospital says medical staff followed evacuation procedures, reacted fast to help evacuate patients.