She said: “It is difficult to retain staff for job roles in rural areas as it is. Brexit is going to make it increasingly difficult to employ people from within the European Union and now the UK Government has made it more challenging to recruit people from outside of it. … [Read more...] about This might hurt a little: Dentists warn Brexit will spark shortage for NHS patients
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He went on to say: “This key spinal route running through the Fletton Quays complex has been designed to be built in three phases, with the first two phases completed between July 2017 to August 2018. The third phase is set to commence in a few years time when the site is fully developed.” … [Read more...] about First phases of Fletton Quays access road near completion after £1.1 million of funding
Kansas City Star health reporter Andy Marso was part of a Pulitzer Prize-finalist team at The Star and previously won state and regional awards at the Topeka Capital-Journal and Kansas Health Institute News Service. He has written two books, including one about his near-fatal bout with meningitis. … [Read more...] about Could first pay raise in almost 20 years get more Kansas dentists to take Medicaid?
"When she was studying to become a citizen, the neighborhood really helped her out," Diana said. "They would record video tapes...So she could learn more English and that way she'd be able to pass her citizenship. The entire neighborhood was there when she did. and it was wonderful." … [Read more...] about O’Rourke went to the dentist and brought his Instagram followers with him
The issue began when petitioners from SEIU-United Healthcare Workers West union gathered enough signatures to place the initiative on the ballot. SEIU’s initiative says it aims to limit patient costs by limiting the amount Stanford Health Care, which has a medical center and urgent care in Livermore, can charge patients. SEIU states that it wants to limit healthcare providers to charging 15 percent over the actual cost. … [Read more...] about Livermore sued over city measure for healthcare costs; asks court to rule on legality