We believe that patient’s rights to cross border healthcare should never become obligations due to medical staff shortage in their home countries. Here are some of the ways we are helping to build the health workforce in our countries.
Our doctors and nurses can choose the hours they work and the clinic locations they work in. They can remain active healthcare professionals alongside other family or work responsibilities.
In our hospitals, clinics and labs medical staff can work with the latest technology without having to travel internationally.
We are running a program which provides our staff with 2,700 weeks of training this year and next. We are a partner in EU approved plans to train 80 new nurses each year in Poland.
Our medical and lab staff share best practices and experience internationally within Medicover and with partners overseas.
Our Patient Care Model gives nurses and primary care doctors key roles providing long term advice and support for patients, and ensures those in need are directed quickly to the appropriate specialists.
Our systems minimize the time our doctors have to spend on administrative tasks.
Our initiatives are attracting doctors and nurses to return to Central Europe after time working abroad. Other members of the medical staff combine careers in public and private healthcare (the average time spent working for Medicover is 2.3 days per week). The training and experience they obtain from Medicover support them in each role.