The Romanian news portal â€œStirile ProTVâ€ published an article with the following title: â€œThe Romanian doctor factory canâ€™t keep up with the high number of doctors that choose to leave the country. Since 2007, 8200 doctors left the country.â€Â
Because of no significant changes in the Romanian health system, future doctors choose to leave the country. Candidates that get accepted by the Medical Universities state that nothing good awaits them in Romania once they graduate.
These sincere words come at a time when the Romanian health system has great needs for doctors and nurses.
The best of them seek jobs abroad, mostly for financial and technical reasons.
Fresh medical students with high and low grades alike choose to practice abroad once they finish their studies.
In the last 5 years the Romanian â€œdoctor factoryâ€ couldnâ€™t keep up with the massive exports. 7800 doctors graduated and 8200 left the country.
The Romanian health system searches for new solutions to resolve the personnel problems. One of these solutions is attracting foreign doctors to practice in the Romanian health care system. For now, doctors from the Republic of Moldova are most likely to be attracted by this possibility.
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