On 5th of July 1948 the National Health Service in Scotland was created.
“Let us not forget that in England student midwives and nurses do not get any bursary at all, which makes this increase for Scotland even more progressive. “
It applies to 147,000 ‘Agenda for Change’ employees including all nurses, paramedics and allied health professionals.
The renowned surgeon and politician Dr Phillipa Whitford is to speak at two meetings in Orkney this week highlighting the impact of Brexit on the NHS and the work she has done as a breast cancer specialist in Palestine.
all nurses, midwives, allied health professionals and paramedics are to receive a 9% pay rise over the next three years
147,000 NHS workers in Scotland will receive a 3% pay rise this year.
It always concerns me when a single issue is seized upon by political parties (of whatever hue) to push their own agenda.
“NHS Highland welcomes the support of the Scottish Government to this exciting new initiative which will open up career options for nurses who are committed to working and living in Highland area.”
Scotland is leading the way in the care it gives to those recovering from hip replacement surgery.
“With will and with method we can transform Scotland ” Sir Harry Burns