MALTA :: BOTTLENECK PROBLEMS IN HEALTHCARE A Study on Healthcare Workers Shortage

“”The planned future expansion of the health care service by the government (e g the new Hospital Oncology Centre) is likely to absorb many of the new graduates in health This is likely to increase the size of the bottleneck in the presence of a constant supply of professionals Moreover, as is the case in many EU countries, Malta is confronted with increased demand for such services, due to an ageing population Evidence suggests that the situation has been improving in recent years for doctors as the government adopted a series of measures to stop the outflow of talents and managed to attract foreign students As far as nurses and midwives are concerned, the recent removal of the cap on the number of students admitted to the courses, a shortening of its duration and the improvement of contract conditions (including incentives for those who opt to return) only represent a first step A ” programme together with simplified recruiting practices are being used

NURSING IN MALTA :Program & Remuneration Structure

  • Candidates will joint Practical Work within 2 Months of Start of Course
  • Nurses will receive Stipend of Euro 600 Euro 650 Per Month during this period
  • After completion of 6 Months Course the Nurses will be placed in Hospitals Healthcarefacilities and Nurse Midwife in MALTA with starting Salary of Euro 1400 Euro 1500 Per Month
  • Final Salary will depend on experience and skill of the Nurses, and experienced Nurses can start with initial salary of Euro 2000 Per Month after completion of the Course
  • Candidates will be eligible to apply for Nursing Job anywhere in Europe after the Adaptation course